- ambiguitas verborum latens verificatione suppletur; nam quod ex facto oritur ambiguum verificatione facti tollitur
- /aembagyuwatss varboram leytanz vehrafakeyshiyowniy sapliytar, naem kwod eks faekt(y)uw ohratar asmbigyuwam vehrafakeyshiyowniy faektay tolatar/A latent ambiguity in the language may be removed by evidence; for whatever ambiguity arises from an extrinsic fact may be explained by extrinsic evidence. Said to be "an unprofitable subtlety; inadequate and uninstructive."
Black's law dictionary. HENRY CAMPBELL BLACK, M. A.. 1990.
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ambiguity — I noun abstruseness, ambiguitas, bafflement, bewilderment, confounded meaning, confused meaning, confusion, disconcertion, doubtful meaning, doubtfulness, dubiety, dubiousness, duplexity in meaning, equivocalness, equivocation, incertitude,… … Law dictionary