aldermannus


aldermannus
/aeldarmaenas/
L. Lat. An alderman

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • ALDERMANNUS — Saxon. Ealdermann, i. c. πρεσβύτερος, Senior, Magistratus species. Apud Anglo Saxones, multipliciter occurrit. 1. Pro Seniori vel Superiori, in quavis praefectura; ita Principes et Rectores provinciarum, Comites, Praesides, Senatores, Tribunos,… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • aldermannus civitatis vel burgi — /seldarmabnas sivateytas vel barjay/ In old English law, alderman of a city or borough, from which the modern office of alderman has been derived …   Black's law dictionary

  • aldermannus hundredi seu wapentachii — /xldarmaenas handraday syuw wopanteykiyay/ Alderman of a hundred or wapentake …   Black's law dictionary

  • aldermannus regis — /aeldarmaenas riyjas/ Alderman of the king. So called, either because he received his appointment from the king or because he gave the judgment of the king in the premises allotted to him …   Black's law dictionary

  • aldermannus totius angliae — /aeldarmanas towshiyas zeijgliyiy/ Alderman of all England. An officer among the Anglo Saxons; similar to the chief justiciary of England in later times …   Black's law dictionary

  • aldermannus civitatis vel burgi — An alderman of a city or borough …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • aldermannus comitatus — A county alderman …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • aldermannus totius Angliae — Alderman of all England …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Alderman — This interesting surname originated as a title of office from the Olde English pre 7th Century ealdormann , elder (man), a title initially given to a village headman, and later, in the Middle Ages to the governor of a guild. In Anglo Saxon… …   Surnames reference

  • SENATORES — I. SENATORES apud Matthaeum Paris. A. C. 1237. Creatus est (Fridericô II. Imperante, procurante) alter Senator Romae, ut, duorum Senatorum prudentiâ et fortitudine duplicatâ, Romanorum insolentia comprimeretur etc. haud paulo diversi a prioribus …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale


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