meum et tuum
foreign term Etymology: Latin mine and thine ; distinction of private property

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • meum et tuum — /me oom et tooh oom/; Eng. /mee euhm et tooh euhm, tyooh /, Latin. mine and thine. * * * meum et tuum /mēˈəm et tūˈəm or meˈŭm et tooˈŭm/ (Latin) Mine and thine …   Useful english dictionary

  • meum et tuum — /me oom et tooh oom/; Eng. /mee euhm et tooh euhm, tyooh /, Latin. mine and thine. * * * …   Universalium

  • meum et tuum —    mine and thine …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • meum et tuum — Mine and thine, my property and yours …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Meum — Me um, n. [L., neut. of meus mine.] Lit., mine; that which is mine; used in the phrase meum et tuum, or meum and tuum; as, to confound meum and tuum, to fail to distinguish one s own property from that of others; to be dishonest. Ancestors . . .… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • me|um et tu|um — «MEE uhm eht TOO uhm, TYOO », Latin. mine and thine; what is my property and what is yours, thought of as expressing the universal and fundamental division of all property: »He seems to confuse meum et tuum in making out his accounts …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mein — 1. Allein mein oder lass es gar sein. – Lehmann, 464, 26; Luther s Tischr., 169a; Simrock, 6937a. Mhd.: Zer werlde mac niht süezers sin dan ein wort daz heizet mîn. (Freidank.) (Zingerle, 101.) Port.: Melhor he o men, que o nesso. (Bohn I, 283.)… …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • Judah ben Ezekiel — (220–299) (Hebrew: יהודה בן יחזקאל), also known as Rav Yehuda, was a Babylonian amora of the 2nd generation. He was the most prominent disciple of Rav (Abba Arika), in whose house he often stayed, and whose son Hiyya was his pupil (Er. 2b). After …   Wikipedia

  • Property — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Property >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 property property possession suum cuique meum et tuum GRP: N 2 Sgm: N 2 ownership ownership proprietorship lordship Sgm: N 2 seignority seignority …   English dictionary for students

  • Vesting Prayers — are prayers which are said while a cleric puts on vestments as part of a liturgy of the Catholic (Universal) Church, whether Eastern or Western. They feature as part of the liturgy in question itself, and take place either before or after a… …   Wikipedia

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