Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A thing to be seen.

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Examples

  • Minervae nuptias ambit, tanto furore percitus, ut satellites mitteret ad videndum num dea in thalamis venisset,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Jes. et Mar. confirms the same out of Carthusianus, and I know not whom, that it was a common proverb in those days, for such as were troubled in mind to say, eamus ad videndum filium

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Et recordatus est Joseph somniorum, quae somniaverat de eis, dixitque, Exploratores estis, ad videndum nuditatem terrae venistis.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 2

  • Et dixit illis, Nequaquam: sed nuditatem terrae venistis ad videndum.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 2

  • * Externae igitur omnes et humanae persuasiones non sunt satis ad credendum, quantumcunque ab hominibus competenter ea quae sunt fidei proponantur; sed necessaria est insuper causa interior, hoc est, divinum quoddam lumen, incitans ad credendum, et oculi quidam interiores Dei beneficio ad videndum dati: [5498] 1

    Pneumatologia

  • Sed necessaria est insuper causa interior, hoc est divinum quoddam lumen incitans ad credendum, et oculi quidam interai Dei beneficio ad videndum dati: [5499] 1

    Pneumatologia

  • And a little after he speaks yet more plainly, "Externae igitur omnes et humanae persuasiones non sunt satis ad credendum, quantumcunque ab hominibus competenter ea quae sunt fidei proponantur; sed necessaria est insuper causa interior, hoc est, divinum quoddam lumen, incitans ad credendum, et oculi quidam interiores Dei beneficio ad videndum dati;"

    Pneumatologia

  • _Citatio super suspecto de heresi ad faciendum purgationem alias ad videndum [ipsum] hereticum declarari.

    The Scottish Reformation Its Epochs, Episodes, Leaders, and Distinctive Characteristics

  • If a stranger is introduced without leave ( "ad mensam communitatis ad comedendum vel videndum secretum mensae"), the penalty is a quart of good wine for the fellows present in Hall.

    Life in the Medieval University

  • Hoc enim verbum non solum panem fieri corpus Domini significat, sed etiam fidem nostram excitat, ut illud corpus sub specie panis videndum, tegendum, adorandum ostendi credamus.

    NPNF2-08. Basil: Letters and Select Works

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