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Absque purgatione facienda. Without purgation being made.
Absurdum etenim clericis est, immo etiam opprobriosum, si peritos se velint ostendere disceptationum esse forensium. For it is absurd, nay even disgraceful, that the clergy should make a boast of their skill in forensic debates.
Accedas ad curiam. That you go to the court.
Accessorium non duett, sed sequitur, suum principale. An accessory does not lead, but follows, his principal.
Accessorius sequitur naturam sui principalis. An accessory follows the disposition of his principal.
Ac etiam. And also.
Actiones compositce sunt, quibus inter se homines disceptarent; quas actiones, ne populus prout vellet institueret, certas solennesque esse voluerunt. Actions are disposed, by which men dispute amongst themselves; which actions are made definite and solemn, lest the people proceed as they think proper.
Actiones in personam, qua} adversus eum intenduntury qui ex contractu vel delicto obligatus est aliquid dare vel concedere. Personal actions, which are brought against him, who, from a contract or fault, is obliged to give or allow something.
Actio non accredit. An action has not accrued.
Actio non habere debet. An action cannot hold.
Actio personalis moritur cum persona. A personal action ceases with the death of the party.
Actor. A plaintiff.
Actoresfabuke. Agents of a fiction: players.
Actum agere. To labour in vain.
Actus Dei nemini facit injuriam. The act of God causes injury to no man.
Actus non reum facit nisi mens sit rea. An act does not make a man guilty, unless the mind be guilty.
Ad computandum et rehabendam terram. To account and to repossess the land.
Ad admittendum clericum. To admit a clerk in orders.
Ad aliud examen. To another trial (or jurisdiction.)
Ad annum 'vigesimum primum, et eo usque juvenes sub tutelam reponunt. To the twentyfirst year, and so far, they reserve youths under protection.
Ad assisas capiendas. To take assizes.
Ad audiendum errores. To hear errors.
Ad audiendum et determinandum. To hear and determine.
Ad colligendum bona defuncti. To collect the goods of the deceased.
Ad communem legem. At common law.
Ad consentiendum. To consent; to agree.
Ad consulendum,—ad defendendum regem. To advise with,—to defend the king.
Ad damnum. To the loss, (or) damage. - Ad damnum ipsorum. To the damage of them.
Ad executionem decretorum judicii, ad cestimationem pretii, damni, lucri, fyc. To the execution of the decrees of judgment, to the valuation of the sum, the damage, profit, &c.
Ad exliceredationem episcopi vel ecclesice. To the disinheriting of the bishop, or the church.
Ad exhteredationem ecclesice. To the disinheriting of the church.
Ad faciendum attornatum. To appoint an attorney; to appear by attorney.
Ad hoc autem creatus est et electus, ut justitiam fociat universis. For he was created and chosen for this office, that he dispense justice alike to all.
Adhuc existif. It still exists.
Ad infinitum. To eternity.
Ad informandam conscientiam. To inform the conscience, (or remembrance.)
Ad inquirendum. To inquire into.
Ad . instructiones reparationesque it'merum et pontium, nullum genus hominum, nulliusque dignitatis ac venerationis meritis, cessare oportet. That no description of persons, however deficient in dignity and consequence they be, should refuse their aid in the building and repairing of roads and bridges.
Adjudicabitur reus ad legem suam duodecimo. manu. A defendant shall be adjudged to wage his law by twelve compurgators.
Ad libitum. At will, (or pleasure.)
Ad nocumentum Uberi tenement} sui. To the injury of his free holding.
Ad ostium ecclesice. At the door of the church.
Ad patriam. To the country.
Ad quod damnum. To what damage.
Ad rationem ponere. To put (or call) to account.
Ad reson. To call to account, (or answer.)
Ad studendum et orandum. To study and pray.
Ad synodos venientibus, sive summoniti sint, sive per se quid agendum habuerint, sit summa pax. That the strictest respect be observed towards the members coming to the general councils, whether they be summoned to attend, or come of their own accord, for the despatch of business.
Ad terminum qui prceteriit. For a term which has passed by.
Ad tractandum et consilium impendendum. To exercise and deliver advice.
Ad valorem. To the value.
Ad veniendum coram justiciariis ad compotum suum reddendum. To come before the judges to render his account.
Advocatifisci. Advocates of the revenue.
JEque bonis adnumerabitur etiam, si quid est in actionibus, petitionibus, persecutionibus. Nam et hcec in bonis esse videntur. It will be accounted alike for goods also, if there be any thing in deeds, petitions or process. For those things also seem to be in goods.
Mquitas sequitur legem. Equity follows law.
jflStas infantice proxima. The age next to infancy.
JEtas pubertati proxima. The age next to puberty.
Affeere. To assess an amercement.
Affeerment. An amercement assessed.
Affeerors. Assessors of amercements.
Affraier. To terrify.
A fortiori. By so much stronger; on the stronger side.
Agentes et consentientes pari poena plectantur. That the doers and abettors be subject to a like punishment.
Agere actum. To labour in vain.
Agnati. Kindred, by the father's side.
Agri ab universis per vices occupantur: arva per annos mutant. Fields are held by all occupiers in turns: tilled lands change by years.
Agnus Dei. The lamb of God.
Aiel. A grandfather.
A latere. By the side; in attendance.
Al common ley, avant le statute de West. 1. c. 12. Si ascun ust estre appeal, et ust estre mute, ill serra. convict de felony. At common law,