Ballium
Ballium \Bal"li*um\, n. [LL.] See {Bailey}. [1913 Webster]

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  • BALLIUM — apud Matthaeum Westmonaster. A. C. 1265. Eam (vicitantem) cum exteriori ballio castri bellatorum suorum insultibus occupavit: item in Charta Galcheri Ducis de Natolio A. C. 1218. in Tabular. Campan. ut et in Charta Henrici I. Regis Angliae apud… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • ballium — /bal ee euhm/, n. bailey. [1790 1800; < ML, Latinized var.] * * * …   Universalium

  • ballium — noun bailey (fortification) …   Wiktionary

  • ballium — bal·li·um …   English syllables

  • ballium — /beyKityam/ A fortress or bulwark; also bail …   Black's law dictionary

  • ballium — /beyKityam/ A fortress or bulwark; also bail …   Black's law dictionary

  • ballium — ˈbalēəm noun ( s) Etymology: Medieval Latin, from Middle English baile more at bail (outer wall) : bailey …   Useful english dictionary

  • ponendum in ballium — /panendam in bseliyam/ An old writ commanding that a prisoner be bailed in cases bailable …   Black's law dictionary

  • tradas in ballium — /treydas in bsliyam/ You deliver to bail. In old English practice, the name of a writ which might be issued in behalf of a party who, upon the writ de odio et atia, had been found to have been maliciously accused of a crime, commanding the… …   Black's law dictionary

  • traditur in ballium — /trasdatar in basliyam/ In old practice, means delivered to bail. Emphatic words of the old Latin bail piece …   Black's law dictionary

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