cor·ri·gen·dum (kôr′ə-jĕndəm, kŏr′-)
n. pl. cor·ri·gen·da (-də)
1. An error to be corrected, especially a printer's error.
2. corrigenda A list of errors in a book along with their corrections.
[Latin, neuter gerundive of corrigere, to correct; see CORRECT.]
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