index comment, marginalia, notation, note (brief comment)

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  • Footnote — Données clés Titre original Hearat Shulayim Réalisation Joseph Cedar Scénario Joseph Cedar Acteurs principaux Lior Ashkenazi Shlomo Bar Aba Alma Zack …   Wikipédia en Français

  • footnote — [foot′nōt΄] n. 1. a note of comment or reference at the bottom of a page: cf. ENDNOTE 2. an additional comment, remark, etc. vt. footnoted, footnoting to add a footnote or footnotes to …   English World dictionary

  • Footnote — Foot note , n. A note of reference or comment at the foot[4] of a page. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Footnote —   [engl.], Fußnote …   Universal-Lexikon

  • footnote — (n.) 1841, from FOOT (Cf. foot) (n.) + NOTE (Cf. note) (n.). So called from its original position at the foot of a page. Also sometimes formerly Bottom note. As a verb, from 1864. Related: Footnoted; footnoting …   Etymology dictionary

  • footnote — ► NOUN ▪ an additional piece of information printed at the bottom of a page …   English terms dictionary

  • Footnote — A footnote (or bootnote [ [ British to American Translator] ] ) is a note of text placed at the bottom of a page in a book or document. The note comments on and may cite a reference for part of the… …   Wikipedia

  • footnote — [[t]f ʊtnoʊt[/t]] footnotes 1) N COUNT A footnote is a note at the bottom of a page in a book which provides more detailed information about something that is mentioned on that page. 2) N COUNT If you refer to what you are saying as a footnote,… …   English dictionary

  • footnote — UK [ˈfʊtˌnəʊt] / US [ˈfʊtˌnoʊt] noun [countable] Word forms footnote : singular footnote plural footnotes 1) a note at the bottom of a page that gives more detailed information about something on the page 2) an additional fact, event, or comment… …   English dictionary

  • footnote — I. noun Date: 1607 1. a note of reference, explanation, or comment usually placed below the text on a printed page 2. a. one that is a relatively subordinate or minor part (as of an event, work, or field) < a movement now regarded as a footnote… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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