Meaning of aliunde in English:

aliunde

Pronunciation /eɪlɪˈʌndi/ /alɪˈʌndi/

adverb

Law
  • From elsewhere; from another source.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Alexander Richardson (fl. 1579–1629), logician. From classical Latin aliunde from another place, elsewhere, from another person from alius other + unde whence (from an initial element related to that of ubi where + a second element also seen in inde from there).