a manu servus

a manu servus
/ey maen(y)uw sarvas/
A handservant; a scribe; a secretary

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • a manu servus — /ey maen(y)uw sarvas/ A handservant; a scribe; a secretary …   Black's law dictionary

  • Amanuensis — Ama|nu|ẹn|sis, der; , ...ses [...ze:s; spätlat. amanuensis, aus: a manu servus = Sklave, der als Schreibkraft („als Hand“) gebraucht wird, zu lat. manus = Hand] (veraltet): Gehilfe, Schreiber; Sekretär [eines Gelehrten]: ∙ Admonition und… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • amanuense — /amanu ɛnse/ s.m. [dal lat. amanuensis, dalla locuz. a manu (servus ) schiavo che ha l incarico di copiare a mano ]. 1. (mest.) [chi, prima della diffusione della stampa, spec. nel medioevo, copiava manoscritti] ▶◀ copista, scriba, scrivano. 2. a …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • SERVI — vetustum nomen, et a Noahi usque temporibus deductum, sacra Biblia testantur, Gen. c. 9. v. 25. Maledictus Chanaan, servus servorum erit, fratribus suis. Quod expressit eleganter Alcimus Avitus l. 4. Primum inde repertium Servitii nomen: cuncti… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • JURAMENTUM — in iudiciis et actionrbus, apud omnes semper gentes, cum circalitigantes, tum circa testes, non exigui usûs fuit: Unde Arist. μετα θείας παραλήφεως φάσις ἀναποδεικτος, cum divina sibi assumptione Dictio non demonstrabilis, Rhetoric. ad Alex.c. 18 …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Bulls and Briefs — • A bulla was originally a circular plate or boss of metal, so called from its resemblance in form to a bubble floating upon water Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Bulls and Briefs     Bulls and Briefs …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • PARTES — I. PARTES dictae Veteribus, quidquid e convivio decerpebatur et ministris aut mittebatur aut reservabatur, de quo ritu diximus suô locô. Lamprid. in Alex. Severo c. 37. Semper de manu sua Ministris convivii et panum partes aut olerum aut carnis… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • ARMIGER — servus ex Virgilio aliisque satis notus: Formâ tum vertitur oris Antiquum in Butem, hic Dardanio Anchisae Armiger ante fuit. Aen. l. 9. v. 648. isque pretiosus, si Plinio credimus, de lusciniis loquenti, l. 10. c. 29. Ergo ser vorum illis pretia… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • manual — [15] The Latin word for ‘hand’ was manus (it came from an Indo European base *mə n , and its modern descendants include French main, Italian and Spanish mano, and Romanian mîna). It has contributed generously to English vocabulary, and manual… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • manual — [15] The Latin word for ‘hand’ was manus (it came from an Indo European base *mə n , and its modern descendants include French main, Italian and Spanish mano, and Romanian mîna). It has contributed generously to English vocabulary, and manual… …   Word origins

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