Law-french



noun
1.
Anglo-French as used in legal proceedings and lawbooks in England from the Norman Conquest to the 17th century, some terms of which are still in use.
noun
1.
a set of Anglo-Norman terms used in English laws and law books

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  • Lawfully

    [law-fuh l] /ˈlɔ fəl/ adjective 1. allowed or permitted by ; not contrary to : a lawful enterprise. 2. recognized or sanctioned by ; legitimate: a lawful marriage; a lawful heir. 3. appointed or recognized by ; legally qualified: a lawful king. 4. acting or living according to the ; law-abiding: a lawful man; a […]

  • Lawfulness

    [law-fuh l] /ˈlɔ fəl/ adjective 1. allowed or permitted by ; not contrary to : a lawful enterprise. 2. recognized or sanctioned by ; legitimate: a lawful marriage; a lawful heir. 3. appointed or recognized by ; legally qualified: a lawful king. 4. acting or living according to the ; law-abiding: a lawful man; a […]



  • Lawgiver

    [law-giv-er] /ˈlɔˌgɪv ər/ noun 1. a person who promulgates a law or a code of laws. /ˈlɔːˌɡɪvə/ noun 1. the giver of a code of laws 2. Also called lawmaker. a maker of laws

  • Law-hand

    [law-hand] /ˈlɔˌhænd/ noun 1. a style of handwriting used in old legal documents, especially in England.



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