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Definition of the noun Abigeat
What does Abigeat mean as a name of something?
- [archaic] Theft of cattle by driving it away with the intention of feloniously appropriating it.
- synonym: cattle-rustling
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A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States of America, and of the Several States of the American Union (1879)
With References to the Civil and Other Systems of Foreign Law by John Bouvier
Abigeat, 44. Abigens, 44. Abjudicatio, 44. Abjuration, 44. Ablegati, 44.
A Concise Law Dictionary (1876)
by Herbert Newman Mozley, George Crispe Whiteley
ABIGEAT. Akindoflarceny.committed by leading or driving a living thing away with the intention of feloniously appropriating the same, as distinguished from the taking and carrying away property from one place to another. Souvisr. ABIGEI.
ABIGEAT, an old law term, denoting the crime of stealing cattle by droves or herds. This crime was severely punished; the delinquent being often condemned to the mines, banishment, and sometimes capitally. ABIHU, brother to Nadab, and ...
by Arthur English
Abigeat. The crime of stealing cattle by driving them away in herds. Abigeator. A cattle stealer. Abigeatus. The offense of cattle stealing. Abigei. Persons who stole cattle. Abigere. In Civil and Scotch law, to drive away ; applied to cattle stealing.
Being a New Abridgment by the Most Eminent Legal Authorities by Sir Alexander Wood Renton, William Bowstead
See Coxrmosur Rmmsnsns; Pnsmcn Abigeat.-1. Said to be occasionally used by medical writers as an equivalent for abortion, artificially caused. See Ash. Diet; Forcell. Lem. T ot. Lat., s.v. “ Abiga.” 2. Cattle lifting. See ABIGEUS. Abigeus OI' ...
A Technological Dictionary (1846)
Explaining the Terms of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Professions, and Trades by W. M. Buchanan
AbigEAT ( abigeatus) ...
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by George Gregory
ABIGEAT, abigealus, the crime of stealing or driving of cattle in droves, otherwise cal-led abactus. It was more severely punished than simple theft, viz. by condemnation to the mines, banishment, or even death. ABILITY, in a law sense, is the ...
Encyclopaedia Britannica (1823)
Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature, Enlarged and Improved
ABIGEAT, an old law term, denoting the crime of stealing cattle by droves or herds. This crime was severely punished ; the delinquent being often condemned to the mines, banishment, and sometimes capitally. ABIHU, brother to Nadab, and ...
A law dictionary (1874)
by J. Bouvier
ABIGEAT, cic. law. A particular kind of larcen , which is committed not by taking an carrying away the property from one place to another, but by driving a living thing away with an intention of felonioust appropriating the same. Vide Taking.
Wharton's Law Lexicon (1916)
Forming an Epitome of the Laws of England Under Statute and Case Law, and Containing Explanations of Technical Terms and Phrases, Ancient, Modern, and Commercial, with Selected Titles from the Civil, Scots, and Indian Law by John Jane Smith Wharton
Abigeat, the crime of stealing cattle by droves or herds. It was severely punished by the Roman law, the delinquent being often condemned to the mines, banishment, or death. See 4 Bl. Com. 239. Also a miscarriage produced by art.— —Ash's ...
in which the different sciences and arts are digested into distinct treatises or systems, and the various technical terms, etc. are explained as they occur in the order of the alphabet by Encyclopaedia Britannica, inc
AB1GIES, a term in the Roman law, applied to one who lud been guilty of the crime Abigeat; which fee. ABILITY", a term in law, denoting a power of doing certain actions in the acquisition or transferring of property. ABINGDON, a town of ...
Comprehending All the Branches of Useful Knowledge, with Accurate Descriptions as Well of the Various Machines, Instruments, Tools, Figures, and Schemes Necessary for Illustrating Them, as of the Classes, Kinds, Preparations, and Uses of Natural Productions, Whether Animals, Vegetables, Minerals, Fossils, Or Fluids; Together with the Kingdoms, Provinces, Cities, Towns, and Other Remarkable Places Throughout the World by Society of Arts (Great Britain). Society of Gentlemen, Thomas Jefferys
ABLGEUS, tbe_civil law, one who is guilty of the crime abigeat'. See the . article Anon-r. . - ABILITY, in 'a law sense, is the power ...
With an Exhaustive Collection of Legal Maxims by Walter A. Shumaker, George Foster Longsdorf
ABIGEAT. A particular kind of larceny, which is committed not by taking and carrying away the property from one place to another, but by ...
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