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ecce

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Pronunciation: /ˈɛkei
 
, ˈɛtʃeɪ
 
, ˈɛksi
 
/

Definition of ecce in English:

exclamation

Lo!; behold!.
Example sentences
  • The rubric of it is written in their own blood, with an Ecce; the last Ecce of all, Behold our fearful end.
  • If anyone had been affected by the strength and power of the shout "Ecce Caesar" then Labienus was the man to puncture that boast.
  • "Ecce," I say, not shouting, but speaking clearly, projecting my voice, and my confidence.

Origin

Latin.

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