Capite
Capite \Cap"i*te\ (k[a^]p`[i^]*t[=e]), n. [L., abl. of caput head.] See under {Tenant}. [1913 Webster]

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  • capité — capité, ée [ kapite ] adj. • 1808; lat. caput « tête » ♦ Bot. Terminé en tête arrondie. Poils capités des fleurs de droséra. ● capite nom féminin En Suisse, petite maison isolée, poste de garde. capité, ée [kapite] adj. ÉTYM. 1808, Boiste; du lat …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • capité — capité, ée (ka pi té, tée) adj. Terme d histoire naturelle. Qui est en forme de tête ; qui a une grosse tête ; qui est pourvu d une tête.    S. f. Terme de botanique. Nom des plantes qui ont une tête, comme le chardon. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Capitatus, de …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • Capite — In old English law, a capite was a tenure, abolished by Act 12 Chas. II, xxiv., by which either person or land was held immediately of the king, or of his crown, either by knight s service or socage. [citebook|title=A Report of Cases and Matters… …   Wikipedia

  • capite — /kaepatiy/ By the head. Tenure in capite was an ancient feudal tenure, whereby a man held lands of the king immediately. It was of two sorts, the one, principal and general, or of the king as the source of all tenure; the other, special and… …   Black's law dictionary

  • capite — /kaepatiy/ By the head. Tenure in capite was an ancient feudal tenure, whereby a man held lands of the king immediately. It was of two sorts, the one, principal and general, or of the king as the source of all tenure; the other, special and… …   Black's law dictionary

  • capite — See in capite …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • capite — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Capite censi — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Capite censi literalmente significa aquellos contados por cabezas . Era un término usado en la Antigua Roma para referirse a la clase más baja de ciudadanos, gente que no pertenecían a la nobleza o a la clase media.… …   Wikipedia Español

  • CAPITE multa testabantur Veteres — Allidebant in luctu. Victorinus de Augusto, post cladem Varianam. In tantum per doluti, ut cerebri variô incussu parietem pulsaret, veste, capillôque et reliquis lugentium indictis deformis. Livius l. 25. c. 27. Postquam Asdrubalem Gisgonis… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Capite censi — literally meaning those counted by head , was a term used in Ancient Rome to refer to the lowest class of citizens, people not of the nobility or middle classes.Gaius Marius, as part of the Marian Reforms of 105 BC, established the capite censi …   Wikipedia

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