suo loco
foreign term Etymology: Latin in its proper place

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • suo loco — [lō′kō] n. [L] in one s or its own (i.e., proper) place …   English World dictionary

  • suo loco — /soo oh law koh/; Eng. /sooh oh loh koh/, Latin. in one s own or rightful place. * * * suo loco /sooˈō lōˈkō or sŭˈō lokˈō/ (esp law) adverb In one s (or its) rightful place ORIGIN: L …   Useful english dictionary

  • suo loco — suo lo|co [ ...ko] <lat. > an seiner Stelle, am rechten Platz …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • suo loco — /suoʊ ˈlɒkoʊ/ (say soohoh lokoh) adverb in his, her, its, or their own or rightful place. {Latin} …   Australian English dictionary

  • suo loco — /soo oh law koh/; Eng. /sooh oh loh koh/, Latin. in one s own or rightful place. * * * …   Universalium

  • loco suo movere — index displace (remove) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • po. lo. suo. — An old abbreviation for the words ponit loco suo (puts in his place), used in warrants of attorney …   Black's law dictionary

  • ponit loco suo — See po. lo. suo …   Black's law dictionary

  • po. lo. suo — An abbreviation of ponit loco suo …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Ponit loco suo — He put him in his place or stead …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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