[nool-lee-oo s fee-lee-oo s; English nuhl-ee-uh s fee-lee-uh s]
- (especially in law) son of nobody; bastard.
[nool-lee-oo s yoo-ris; English nuhl-ee-uh s joo r-is]
- (especially in old English law) of no legal force.
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Examples from the Web for nullius
Tom is not whole—you wish to say nullus, and not to say nullius.
Nothing need be said about the nullius; and when I'm gone, he'll step quietly into my place.
A person of the half-blood may be as legitimate as the king's majesty; whereas, a nullius is of no blood.
Si gaudet cantu, nullius fibula durat Vocem vendentis praetoribus.The Satyricon, Complete
Disguised as the lawyer Nullius, Anathema comes down to earth and gives millions to David.Contemporary Russian Novelists