annum, diem, et vastum


annum, diem, et vastum
/aenam, dayam, at veystam/
See year, day, and waste

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • FELONIA — quibusdam a Gr. φήλειν, decipere, illudere, quod a φήληξ, progresso, quod haec ficus species maturitatem prae se fert, cum nihil sit minus: Aliis a Germ. Fehlen, vel Fallen, delinquere, errare, cadere: ut sic Felonia idem sit, quod delictum, vel… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • ANNUS et Dies — ANNUS, et Dies in Chartis apponi solebant, ut vim haberent. Lex Alamann. tit. 43. Scriptura non valeat, nisi in qua Annus et Dies evidenter ostenditur. Adde L. Baiwar. tit. 15. §. 13. LL. Burgorum Scotic. c. 9. Capit. Caroli M. l. 6. c. 147. et l …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale


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