544 abbreviations
Abbreviation Meaning
Syn. Synodus ("Synod")
Temp. Tempus, Tempore ("Time", "in time")
Test. Testes, Testimonium ("Witnesses", "Testimony")
Theol. Theologia ("Theology")
Thia, Theolia. Theologia ("Theology")
Tit. Titulus, Tituli ("Title", "Titles")
Tli. Tituli ("Titles")
Tm. Tantum ("So much", or, "Only")
TM. Testamentum ("Testament")
Tn. Tamen ("Nevertheless")
T.R.P. Très Révérend Père ("Very Reverend Father")
T., TT. Titulus, Tituli ("Title", "Titles")
Ult. Ultimo ("Last" day, month, year)
Usq. Usque ("As far as")
Ux. Uxor ("Wife")
V. Vixit ("He Lived"), or Vixisti ("Thou didst Live")
Vac. Vacat, Vacans ("Vacant")
Val. Valor ("Value")
Vat. Vaticanus ("Vatican")
VB. Vir Bonus ("A Good Man")
Vba. Verba ("Words")
V.C. Vir Clarissimus ("A Most Illustrious Man")
Venebli Venerabili ("Venerable")
Vers. Versiculus ("Versicle" Breviary)
Vesp. Vesperae ("Vespers" Breviary)
V.F., Vic. For. Vicarius Foraneus ("Vicar-Forane")
V.G. Vicarius Generalis ("Vicar-General")
V.H. Vir Honestus ("A Worthy Man")
Vid. Vidua ("Widow" Breviary)
Vid., Videl. Videlicet ("Namely")
Vig. Vigilia ("Vigil" of a feast—Breviary)
Viol. Violaceus ("Violet" Breviary)
Virg. Virgo ("Virgin" Breviary)
Virid. Viridis ("Green" Breviary)
V.M. Vir Magnificus ("Great Man")
Vrae. Vestrae ("Your")
V. Rev. Very Reverend
V.T. Vetus Testamentum
VV. CC. Viri Clarissimi ("Most Illustrious Men")
V., Ven., VV. Venerabilis, Venerabiles ("Venerable")
V., Vest. Vester ("Your")
V. X. Vivas, Care (or Cara) ("Mayest thou Live, Dear One"), or Uxor Carissima ("Most Dear Wife")
XC., XCS. Christus ("Christ" first, middle, and last letters of the Greek name)
X., XPC., XS. Christus ("Christ")