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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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  • 2 The term furtum, or theft, is derived either from furvum, meaning
  • Instances were: furtum (theft), either manifest or concealed; rapina
  • Noxa autem est ipsum cor - pus, quod nocuit; id est, servus: hoxla ipsum maleficium; veluti furtum, rapina, daiimum, injuriat
  • And Jerome says, Ephesios monet, ne sub occasione emolumenti furti crimen incurrant, furtum nominans, omne quod alterius damno quaeritur. for more
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