Obiter

Ob'i┬Ěter adverb [ Latin , on the way; ob (see Ob- ) + iter a going, a walk, way.] In passing; incidentally; by the way. - - Obiter dictum (Law) , an incidental and collateral opinion uttered by a judge. See Dictum , noun
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Obiter

• (adv.) In passing; incidentally; by the way.
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obiter

obiter 1. Primarily in legal contexts: made or said in passing; an incidental remark. 2. Short for obiter dictum. 3. Etymology: from Latin, originally as the phrase ob itur, 'by the way'.
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Obiter

Obite is Latin for By the way
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obiter

in passing; incidentally
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