Definitions for Addenduməˈdɛn dəm; assaf(-də)
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ad•den•dum*əˈdɛn dəm; assaf(-də)(n.)(pl.)-da
a thing to be added; an addition.
an appendix to a book.
Origin of addendum:
1785–95; neut. sing. of L addendus to be added, gerundive of addere to add
addendum, supplement, postscript(noun)
textual matter that is added onto a publication; usually at the end
Something to be added; especially text added as an appendix or supplement to a document.
The height by which the tooth of a gear projects beyond (outside for external, or inside for internal) the standard pitch circle or pitch line.
Origin: From the gerundive of addere.
a thing to be added; an appendix or addition
An addendum, in general, is an addition required to be made to a document by its author subsequent to its printing or publication. It comes from the Latin verbal phrase addendum est, being the gerundive form of the verb addo, addere, addidi, additum, "to give to, add to", meaning " must be added". Addenda is from the plural form addenda sunt, " which must be added"..
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