Fistuca
Fistuca Fis*tu"ca, n. [L.] An instrument used by the ancients in driving piles. [1913 Webster]

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  • fistuca — or festuca /fastyuwka/ In old English law, the rod or wand, by the delivery of which the property in land was formerly transferred in making a feoffment. Called, also, baculum, virga, and fastis. + festuca /festyuwka/ In Prankish law, a rod or… …   Black's law dictionary

  • fistuca — or festuca /fastyuwka/ In old English law, the rod or wand, by the delivery of which the property in land was formerly transferred in making a feoffment. Called, also, baculum, virga, and fastis. + festuca /festyuwka/ In Prankish law, a rod or… …   Black's law dictionary

  • fistuca — A rod or staff used as a symbol in making livery of seisin …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • FISTUCA ut et FESTUCA — FISTUCA, ut et FESTUCA baculus, virga, fustis dicitur, cuius traditione transferri solent praedia, vel rei alicuius dominium. virga enim omni aetate, omni populo, etiam antiquissimis Auctorum testimoniis, Homeri, Herod. ipsuisqueve S. Scripturae… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • fistuca or festuca — /fastyuwka/ In old English law, the rod or wand, by the delivery of which the property in land was formerly transferred in making a feoffment. Called, also, baculum, virga, and fastis. + festuca /festyuwka/ In Prankish law, a rod or staff or (as… …   Black's law dictionary

  • fistuca or festuca — /fastyuwka/ In old English law, the rod or wand, by the delivery of which the property in land was formerly transferred in making a feoffment. Called, also, baculum, virga, and fastis. + festuca /festyuwka/ In Prankish law, a rod or staff or (as… …   Black's law dictionary

  • festuca — fistuca or festuca /fastyuwka/ In old English law, the rod or wand, by the delivery of which the property in land was formerly transferred in making a feoffment. Called, also, baculum, virga, and fastis. + festuca /festyuwka/ In Prankish law, a… …   Black's law dictionary

  • festuca — fistuca or festuca /fastyuwka/ In old English law, the rod or wand, by the delivery of which the property in land was formerly transferred in making a feoffment. Called, also, baculum, virga, and fastis. + festuca /festyuwka/ In Prankish law, a… …   Black's law dictionary

  • pilotis — Pilotis, Palatio palationis, Sublica sublicae, Fistuca, Pali fistuca adacti …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • FESTUCA — I. FESTUCA in donationibus ac investituris adhibita, de quibus suo loco. Vide quoqueve supra in voce Affatomiae it. Andelangus. In divinationibus in voce Tenus. Hinc Festucinus coloris apud Venetos nomen de quo vide infra in voce Vetula. II.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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