- /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. HENRY CAMPBELL BLACK, M. A.. 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