Did you see that funny looking word after the words of Ramban? Ibid! What’s that? The sound of a frog who can’t pronounce “ribbit”? No way!
“Ibid” is a word that is almost never said. It’s a written word. A Latin word, meaning “in the same place.” So, in our example above, instead of writing once again, “Ramban, Parshas Ha’azinu, Chapter 32, Pasuk 40,” as we did the first time we quoted the Ramban, we simply write “ibid” which tells the reader in one short word – “it’s the same exact source just mentioned.”
Now try saying “ibid” fast… 10 times!
BTW: Do you know how they write “ibid” in Hebrew? It’s half the size, only two letters –spelled שם, (pronounced “Sham”) meaning “there.”