Ibidem, in the same place. Usually found in footnotes or a list of references, it means that it refers to same book or journal cited in the previous reference.
'in the same place;' used in bibliographies to indicate that the entry is by the same author or from the same publication as the publication cited just before it.
in the same place (literally, ibidem)
abbreviation for Latin ibidem, "in the same place." Used in references and citations to refer to the last work cited, saving re-typing the author and title (e.g., in a bibliography, 1. Wessel, Janet A.. Fitness for the Modern Teenager. New York: The Ronald Press, 1963. p.70. 2. Ibid., p.87. ).
(Latin) at the same place (used in footnotes for work already cited previously)
in the same place. (Used in the footnotes to a book or paper.)
ibidem : in the same place Latin abbreviation
in same citation
an abbreviation for ibidem, a Latin word meaning in the same place; it is used in footnotes and bibliographies to refer to a source cited in a previous entry.
(abbreviation for the Latin, ibidem, or "in the same place") Ibid. is used in footnotes/endnotes to represent the repetition of a reference when two notes in a row refer to the same source. When a second source intervenes between these two references, Ibid. is no longer used, but rather a shortened author-title-page reference is used. (See Turabian, p. 138-139)
Latin ibidem, meaning "in the same place"
Ibid (Latin, short for "ibidem", "the same place") is the term used to provide an endnote or footnote citation or reference for a source that was cited in the preceding endnote or footnote. It is similar in meaning to idem (Something that has been mentioned previously; the samehttp://www.thefreedictionary.com/idem?p .thefreedictionary.com: idem), abbreviated "Id.," which is commonly used in legal citation.