a Latin expression that literally means see above (vide is the imperative form of video, to see).
Used to refer to something immediately preceding in the text: for example, if in footnote 13 you write that Leopold Bloom is really Ulysses, in footnote 14 you may write something like "Molly is Penelope which, together with Harold's Homeric identification (vide supra), completes the intratextual parallelism".

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