Et cetera (ho͘-im: [ɛt ˈkeːtɛra]; téng-téng: tt.) sī chi̍t-ê Latin-gí piáu-ta̍t, ū etc kap &c téng kán-lio̍k siá-hoat, sú-iōng tī chi̍t kóa giân-gí ê bûn-su téng chò "kap kî-tha mi̍h-kiāⁿ" ia̍h "téng-téng" ê ì-sù. Et ì-sù sī "kap"; cetera sī "chhun--ê mi̍h".

The &c (et ceterarum, "Protector of England, Scotland and Ireland and another") shows that Oliver Cromwell did not renounce the English claims on France

Teh kî-thann ê gí-gênSiu-kái

  • Afrikaans: ensovoorts; also ensovoort and en so voort(s). (abbreviation: ens.)
  • Albanian: e të tjera (abbr.: etj.)
  • Arabic: إلى آخره، إلخ (ila akhereh, ilakh-kh)
  • Armenian: և այլն (yev ayln)
  • Azerbaijani: və sairə (abbr.: və s.) or və sairə və ilaxır (abbr.: və s. və i.a.)
  • Basque: eta abar (abbr.: etab.)
  • Bengali: ইত্যাদি (ittādi) or প্রভৃতি (probhriti) is used for et cetera while "প্রমুখ" (promukh) is used for et alii
  • Bulgarian: и така нататък (abbr.: и т.н.)Pang-bô͘:Romanization needed
  • Catalan: etcètera (abbr.: etc.)
  • Chinese: 等 (děng) or "等等" (děngděng)
  • Czech: a tak dále (abbr.: atd.)
  • Danish: og så videre (abbr.: osv.)
  • Dutch: enzovoort or enzovoorts (abbr.: enz.)
  • Esperanto: kaj tiel plu (abbr.: ktp.)
  • Estonian: ja nii edasi (abbr.: jne)
  • Faroese: og so framvegis (abbr.: osfr. or o.s.fr.)
  • Finnish: ja niin edelleen (abbr.: jne.) or "ynnä muuta sellaista" (abbr.: yms.)
  • French: et cetera, et cætera, or et caetera (abbr.: etc.)
  • Galician: e o demais, or etcétera (abbr. etc.)
  • Georgian: და ასე შემდეგ (rom.: da ase shemdeg) (abbr.: და ა.შ.)
  • German: usw. for und so weiter ("and so forth").
  • Greek: και τα λοιπά (ke ta lipá, abbr.: κτλ.)
  • Gujarati: વગેરે Pang-bô͘:Romanization needed
  • Ancient Greek: καὶ τὰ ἕτερα (ke ta étera)
  • Hebrew: וכולי (v'hulei, abbr.: וכו') or וכדומה (v'hadomeh, abbr.: וכד') or וגומר (v'gomer, abbr.: וג')
  • Hindi: इत्यादि (ityadi) or वगैरा (vagaira)
  • Hungarian: és a többi (abbr.: stb.), és így tovább; etc. is in regular use, too
  • Icelandic: og svo framvegis (abbr.: o.s.frv.)
  • Indonesian: dan lain-lain (abbr.: dll.), dan sebagainya (used for similar things; abbr.: dsb.), dan seterusnya (used for sequences; abbr.: dst.)
  • Irish: agus araile (abbr.: srl./⁊rl)
  • isiXhosa: njalo-njalo
  • Italian: eccetera, pronounced [etˈtʃɛːtera] (abbr.: ecc. or etc.)
  • Japanese: "その他" (sono ta, sono hoka), or suffix "等" (, nado) or "など" (nado), "エトセトラ/えとせとら" (etosetora)
  • Kannada: "ಇತರೆ" (itarae) or "ಇತ್ಯಾದಿ" (ityadi)
  • Korean: "등/等"(deung) or "기타/其他" (gita)
  • Kyrgyz: жана башкалар (abbr.: ж.б.), дагы ушул сыяктуулар (abbr.: д.у.с.)Pang-bô͘:Romanization needed
  • Lao: ຯລຯ (read as ແລະອຶ່ນໆ lɛ-ɯːn-ɯːn)
  • Latvian: un tā tālāk (abbr.: utt.)
  • Lithuanian: ir taip toliau (abbr.: ir t.t.)
  • Macedonian: и така натаму (abbr.: итн.)Pang-bô͘:Romanization needed
  • Malagasy: sy ny sisa (abbr.: sns.)
  • Malayalam: തുടങ്ങിയവ (pronounced thudangiyava)
  • Maltese: eċċetera (abbr.: eċċ.)
  • Marathi: इत्यादी (pron. ityadi)
  • Mongolian: гэх мэт (abbr.: г.м.)Pang-bô͘:Romanization needed
  • Nepali language: आदि, इत्यादि Pang-bô͘:Romanization needed aadi
  • Norwegian (bokmål): og så videre (abbr.: osv.)
  • Norwegian (nynorsk): og så bortetter (abbr.: osb.) or og så vidare (osv.)
  • Odia: ଇତ୍ୟାଦି
  • Persian: وغیره (va gheireh)
  • Polish: i tak dalej (abbr.: itd.)
  • Portuguese: et cetera (abbr.: etc.)
  • Punjabi: ਆਦਿਕ (pron. aadik) and ਆਦਿ (pron. aadi)
  • Romanian: și așa mai departe (abbr.: ș.a.m.d.), or și celelalte (abbr.: ș.cl.); the latter somewhat obsolete
  • Russian: и так далее (rom.: i tak daleje) (abbr.: и т.д.), or и тому подобное (rom.: i tomu podobnoje) (abbr.: и т.п.)
  • Sanskrit: इत्यादिः (ityaadih)
  • Serbo-Croatian: i tako dalje / и тако даље (abbr.: itd. / итд.)
  • Sesotho: jwalo-jwalo (abbr.: j.j.)
  • Slovak: a tak ďalej (abbr.: atď.)
  • Slovenian: in tako dalje (abbr.: itd.)
  • Sorani:هەتادوایی،هتد (hata dwayy, abbr.: htd)
  • Somali:Iyo wixii lamida (abbr.:IWM)
  • Spanish: etcétera (abbr.: etc.)
  • Swahili: na kadhalika (abbr.: n.k.)
  • Swedish: och så vidare (abbr.: o.s.v.)
  • Tagalog: at iba pa (abbr: atbp.)
  • Tamil: இன்ன பிற (pron. iṉṉa piṟa), முதலியன (pron. mutaliyaṉa)
  • Telugu: "ఇతర", "ఇత్యాది", "మొదలగునవి" or "మొదలైనవి", "వగైరా"(pronounced as "ithara", "ithyaadhi", "modalagunavi" or "modhalainavi", "vagairaa")
  • Thai: ฯลฯ (This three-letter combination is not an abbreviation but a sign called ไปยาลใหญ่ "paiyan yai". It is to be read และอื่นๆ "lae uen uen", or และอื่นๆ อีกมากมาย "lae uen uen ik mak mai", meaning "and others" or "and many others", respectively.)
  • Turkish: ve benzerleri (abbr.: vb.) or vesaire (abbr.: vs.)
  • Turkmen: we şuňa meňzeşler (abbr.: we ş.m.)
  • Ukrainian: тощо (toshcho)
  • Urdu: وغیرہ وغیرہ (vagherah vagherah)
  • Uyghur: قاتارلىق Pang-bô͘:Romanization needed
  • Vietnamese: vân vân (abbr.: v.v.)
  • Welsh: ac yn y blaen (abbr.: ayyb)
  • Yiddish: און אזוי ווייטער (rom. un azoy vayter) (abbr.: א. א. וו.)

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