Si quis
Si quis Si` quis" [L., if any one (the first words of the notice in Latin).] (Ch. of Eng.) A notification by a candidate for orders of his intention to inquire whether any impediment may be alleged against him. [1913 Webster]

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  • si quis — /sī or sē kwis/ noun A public notice, esp one announcing the impending ordination of a parish priest, allowing for objections to be raised ORIGIN: L sī quis if anybody (wants, knows, has found, etc) …   Useful english dictionary

  • si quis — /say kwis/ Lat. In the civil law, if any one. Formal words in the praetorian edicts. The word quis, though masculine in form was held to include women …   Black's law dictionary

  • si quis — If anyone. A term of art for a public notice, of an ecclesiastical matter particularly …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Si quis mihi filius unus, plures ve in decem mensibus gignuntur, si erunt ὄνοι λύρας, id est, asini … — Si quis mihi filius unus, plures ve in decem mensibus gignuntur, si erunt ὄνοι λύρας, id est, asini ad lyram, exhaeredes sunto. См. Смыслен, как осел к волынке …   Большой толково-фразеологический словарь Михельсона (оригинальная орфография)

  • si quis custos fraudem pupillo fecerit, a tutela removendus est — /say kwis kastas frddam pyuwpilow fiysarat, ey tyuwtiyla remowvendus est/ If any guardian should perform a fraudulent act against a ward, he must be removed from his charge. Si quis praegnantem uxorem reliquit, non videtur …   Black's law dictionary

  • Si quis mutuum quid dederit… — См. Хочешь врага нажить дай ему взаймы …   Большой толково-фразеологический словарь Михельсона (оригинальная орфография)

  • si quis cum totum petiisset partem petat, exceptio rei judicatae vocet — /say kwis kam towtam petiyisat partam petat, aksepsh(iy)ow riyay juwdakeytiy vowsat/ If a party, when he should have sued for an entire claim, sues only for a part, the judgment is res judicata against another suit …   Black's law dictionary

  • si quis, unum percusserit, cum alium percutere vellet, in felonia tenetur — /say kwis, yuwnam parkasarat, kam eyl(i)yam parkyuwtariy velat, in falown(i)ya taniytar/ If a man kill one, meaning to kill another, he is held guilty of felony …   Black's law dictionary

  • Si quis cum totum petiisset partem petat, exceptio rei judicatae vocet — If anyone sue for a part when he should have sued for the whole, the judgment is res adjudicata. Faurie v Pitot (La) 2 Mart 83 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Si quis custos fraudem pupillo fecerit, a tutela removendus est — If any guardian commits a fraud against his ward, he should be removed from his guardianship …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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