One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
For example, for instance.
Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Matthew Parker (1504–1575), archbishop of Canterbury and patron of scholarship. From classical Latin exemplī causā by way of example from exemplī, genitive singular of exemplum + causā for the sake of, use as preposition of ablative singular of causa.
exempli causa/ɪɡˌzɛmplɪ ˈkaʊzə//ɛɡˌzɛmplɪ ˈkaʊzə/
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