What is a word that means “see” (refer to) (go see), but in latin form, like “r.e.”? I asked this in the English stackexchange and got kicked out
It sounds like you want to use this in an English context, so I'd suggest the abbreviation cf, short for confer "bring these things together". It's relatively common in academic contexts to mean "you should compare my results against this other work".
Another option, depending on the use case, is qv, short for quod vide or quae vide "which you should look at". This one's more common in reference books, used to point to a different entry in the same work rather than a different work entirely.
In addition to the excellent suggestions made by Draconis, there is also the simple vide "see", abbreviated as
v.. It is used in e.g. Lewis & Short.