errata

noun
er·ra·ta | \e-ˈrä-tə, -ˈrā-, -ˈra-\

Definition of errata 

: a list of errors in a printed work discovered after printing and shown with corrections also : a page bearing such a list The publisher should include with the book an errata sheet, as is customary with publishers specializing in quantitative methods. — Susan M. Elshaw-Thrall

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Although brief, the prefaces of the first two editions and an errata page are written in a distinctive (and often complaining) voice. Keith Stavely And Kathleen Fitzgerald, Smithsonian, "What America’s First Cookbook Says About Our Country and Its Cuisine," 12 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of errata

1573, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for errata

Latin, plural of erratum

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