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TO WIT. That is to say; namely; scilicet; (q.v.) videlicet. (q.v.)

TO WIT. To know, that is to say, namely. See Scilicet.

References in classic literature ?
Dryden's poetry does not make the tears start to our eye or the blood come to our cheek, but it flatters our ear with its smoothness and elegance; it tickles our fancy with its wit.
Had that wit been all of the arrogant, upstanding Van Horn, and had it gone out as the flickering flame of a splinter of wood goes out when it is quite burnt to a powder-fluff of ash?
Cardiff Council now hosts WITS and recognises that sign language is completely different from oral languages.
ANB and Wits values from Lateral cephalograms of patients, from Dec 2014 till May 2015 were recorded.
Approximately 300 attendees joined WITS '15 this past March in Boston, Massachusetts, with 32 speakers from around the world.
Before proceeding let me lament the absence of a contribution on the relationship of metaphysical wit to modernist wit.