Mirabile dictu adj.
mirabile dictu interjection
The Medieval Imagination: ‘Mirabile Dictu’. Essays in Honour of Yolande de Pontfarcy Sexton
Latin phrase, meaning ‘wonderful to relate’, perhaps originally as a tag from Virgil's Georgics.
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