Definition of literatim in English:

literatim

Pronunciation /ˌlidəˈrādim/ /ˌlɪdəˈreɪdɪm/

adverb

formal
  • (of the copying of a text) letter by letter.

    • ‘The reporter chose to include the text of her speech ‘verbatim et literatim,’ recognizing her oratorical prowess with an acknowledgment that ‘her strong emphasis gave additional point to the words.’’
    word for word, letter for letter, line for line, to the letter, literally, exactly, precisely, in every detail, closely, faithfully, religiously, rigorously, punctiliously, with strict attention to detail, strictly

Origin

Early 17th century medieval Latin.