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nullius filius

[nool-lee-oo s fee-lee-oo s; English nuhl-ee-uh s fee-lee-uh s] /ˈnul liˌʊs ˈfi liˌʊs; English ˈnʌl i əs ˈfi li əs/
noun, plural nullius filii [nool-lee-oo s fee-lee-ee; English nuhl-ee-uh s fee-lee-ahy] /ˈnul liˌʊs ˈfi liˌi; English ˈnʌl i əs ˈfi liˌaɪ/ (Show IPA). Latin.
1.
(especially in law) son of nobody; bastard.

nullius juris

[nool-lee-oo s yoo-ris; English nuhl-ee-uh s joo r-is] /ˈnul liˌʊs ˈyu rɪs; English ˈnʌl i əs ˈdʒʊər ɪs/
adjective, Latin.
1.
(especially in old English law) of no legal force.
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