capitatim
capitatim \cap`i*ta"tim\ (k[a^]p`[i^]*t[=a]"t[i^]m), a. [NL.] Of so much per head; as, a capitatim tax; a capitatim grant. [1913 Webster]

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  • capitatim — |kapə|tād.ə̇m, |ta adjective Etymology: New Latin, from Latin capit , caput head + New Latin atim (as in Medieval Latin verbatim) : levied or granted at so much per head a capitatim tax …   Useful english dictionary

  • capitatim — adjective per head …   Wiktionary

  • capitatim — adv. to the skull, to the head (Latin) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • capitatim — cap·i·ta·tim …   English syllables

  • capitatim — /kaepateytam/ By the head; by the poll; severally to each individual …   Black's law dictionary

  • capitatim — /kaepateytam/ By the head; by the poll; severally to each individual …   Black's law dictionary

  • capitatim — By heads; per head …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • capitative — adjective a) per head; capitatim b) Of or pertaining to capitation …   Wiktionary

  • capitate —   a. head like.    ♦ capitatim adv. per head.    ♦ capitation, n. counting or levying by the head, i.e. per person; poll tax.    ♦ capitative, a. per person …   Dictionary of difficult words

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