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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 ?
Pay me that thou owest me in broad money, or else leave thy coat and bag and hammer; yet, I wot they are not worth ten shillings, and I shall lose thereby.
Wot is it, lambs, as they ketches in seas, rivers, lakes, and ponds?
But wot else is it, my lambs, as they sometimes ketches in rivers?
Wot is it, besides fish, as they sometimes ketches in rivers?
Leastways, lambs,' said Riderhood, observing him out of the corners of his eyes, 'that's wot I my own self sometimes ketches in rivers.
But when you copied my clothes, and when you copied my neckhankercher, and when you shook blood upon me after you had done the trick, you did wot I'll be paid for and paid heavy for.
There are some words in sources relating to the WOT-speaking Bulgarians (before they were Slavicized), there are some short inscriptions from the Volga Bulgarians, and there is the WOT component in the Hungarian language.
She was consequently asked for her advice on the subject of looting as well as to share the WoT network.
Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be opens at the Theatre Royal Stratford East on Thursday, May 8.
The WOT browser add-on warns Internet users about risky websites, providing protection against online scams, identity theft, spyware, spam, and unreliable shopping sites.