Mutuary
Mutuary Mu"tu*a*ry, n. [L. mutuarius mutual.See {Mutuation}.] (Law) One who borrows personal chattels which are to be consumed by him, and which he is to return or repay in kind. --Bouvier. [1913 Webster]

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  • mutuary — mu·tu·ary …   English syllables

  • mutuary — /myuwtyuwehriy/ A person who borrows personal chattels to be consumed by him and returned to the lender in kind and quantity; the borrower in a contract of mutuum …   Black's law dictionary

  • mutuary — /myuwtyuwehriy/ A person who borrows personal chattels to be consumed by him and returned to the lender in kind and quantity; the borrower in a contract of mutuum …   Black's law dictionary

  • mutuary — A term of the Roman or Continental law which applies to the person receiving a chattel or chattels delivered in the relation known as a mutuum. 8 Am J2d Bailin § 37. The person to whom the chattel is lent under a mutuum. See mutuum …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • mutuary — ˈmyüchəˌwerē noun ( es) Etymology: Latin mutuarius mutual, in exchange, from mutuus borrowed, lent + arius ary more at mutual Roman & civil law : the borrower in a contract of mutuum …   Useful english dictionary

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