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E

e.g.

e.g. = "for example", "for instance", "example given".

Abbreviation of Latin exemplī grātiā.

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epi-

Epi = "over, outside of, around, on top of".

Epi- is used as a prefix before some English words.

The prefix epi- is derived from the ancient Greek word epi (επί-) meaning "over, outside of, around, on top of".

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etc.

etc. = "and so forth", "and so on" .

From Latin etcetera or et cetera meaning: 'and other' or 'and other things'.

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