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dies non

[ dahy-eez -non, dee-eys -nohn ]
/ ˈdaɪ iz ˈnɒn, ˈdi eɪs ˈnoʊn /
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noun Law.
a day on which no courts can be held.
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Origin of dies non

1600–10; short for Latin diēs nōn jūridicus a day not juridical (for legal business)
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British Dictionary definitions for dies non

dies non
/ (ˈdaɪiːz nɒn) /

noun
law a day on which no legal business may be transactedAlso called: dies non juridicus (dʒʊˈrɪdɪkəs) Compare juridical days

Word Origin for dies non

C19: shortened from Latin phrase diēs nōn jūridicus literally: day which is not juridical, that is, not reserved for legal affairs
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