/arsafiniyas/ (Lat. arcifinius or arcifinalis; Fr. arcifinie).
Pertaining to landed estates having natural boundaries, such as woods, mountains, or rivers.
The owners of such estates, unlike the owners of "agri limitati" (q.v.), have the right of alluvion.
Also, having a frontier forming a natural defense

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • arcifinious — |ärsə|finēəs adjective Etymology: Latin arcifinius, probably from arcēre to hold off, enclose + i + finis boundary more at ark, final 1. law : having a natural boundary an arcifinious estate bounded by a river 2 …   Useful english dictionary

  • arcifinious — adj. having a natural boundary …   English contemporary dictionary

  • arcifinious — ar·ci·fin·i·ous …   English syllables

  • arcifinious —   a. having a frontier which forms a natural defence …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • arcifinious — Possessing a frontier which forms a natural defense …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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