Juramentum
Juramentum \Ju`ra*men"tum\, n.; pl. {Juramenta}. [L.] (Roman & Old Eng. Law) An oath. [1913 Webster]

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  • Juramentum — (lat.), Eid; so J. assecurationis, s. Erbeid; J. credulitatis, Beglaubigungseid; J. integritatis, Integritätseid; J. paupertatis, Armeneid; J. quantitatis, Würderungseid …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Juramentum — (lat.), Eid; j. obedientiae, der Eid, vermöge dessen sich der katholische Geistliche gegenüber den Kirchenobern zum Gehorsam verpflichtet. j. editionis, Editionseid (s. Edition); j. in litem. Schätzungseid (s. d.); j. manifestationis,… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Juramentum — Juramentum, jusjurandum, latein., Eidschwur …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • JURAMENTUM — in iudiciis et actionrbus, apud omnes semper gentes, cum circalitigantes, tum circa testes, non exigui usûs fuit: Unde Arist. μετα θείας παραλήφεως φάσις ἀναποδεικτος, cum divina sibi assumptione Dictio non demonstrabilis, Rhetoric. ad Alex.c. 18 …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • juramentum — ju·ra·men·tum …   English syllables

  • juramentum — /juramentam/ In the civil law, an oath …   Black's law dictionary

  • juramentum — /juramentam/ In the civil law, an oath …   Black's law dictionary

  • juramentum — (Civil law.) An oath …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • juramentum — ˌju̇rəˈmentəm, ˌyu̇ noun (plural juramenta tə) Etymology: Late Latin Roman, civil, & canon law : oath …   Useful english dictionary

  • juramentum judiciale — /juramentam juwdishiyeyliy/ In the civil law, an oath which the judge, of his own accord, defers to either of the parties. It is of two kinds: First, that which the judge defers for the decision of the cause, and which is understood by the… …   Black's law dictionary

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