Mesne



[meen] /min/

adjective, Law.
1.
intermediate or intervening.
/miːn/
adjective (law)
1.
intermediate or intervening: used esp of any assignment of property before the last: a mesne assignment
2.
mesne profits, rents or profits accruing during the rightful owner’s exclusion from his land
adj.

mid-15c., “mean;” altered spelling (by French influence) of Anglo-French meen “mean” (Old French meien “middle;” see mean (adj.); also cf. demesne).

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