delineavit

Latin verb
de·​li·​ne·​a·​vit | \ dā-ˌlē-nā-ˈä-wit \

Definition of delineavit

: he/she drew (it) abbreviation del. used to identify the artist who drew an original artwork that has been copied in a different medium (such as an engraving) — compare fecit, invenit, pinxit, sculpsit

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