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jus civile

[ juhs si-vahy-lee, -vee- ]
/ ˈdʒʌs sɪˈvaɪ li, -ˈvi- /
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noun Roman Law.

the rules and principles of law derived from the customs and legislation of Rome, as opposed to those derived from the customs of all nations (jus gentium ) or from fundamental ideas of right and wrong implicit in the human mind (jus naturale, orjus naturae ).

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Origin of jus civile

From Latin: “civil law”
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British Dictionary definitions for jus civile

jus civile
/ (sɪˈviːlɪ) /

noun

the civil law of the Roman state
the body of law derived from the principles of this lawCompare jus gentium, jus naturale

Word Origin for jus civile

from Latin
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