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jus naturale

[ juhs -nach-uh-rey-lee, nat-yoo- ]
/ ˈdʒʌs ˌnætʃ əˈreɪ li, ˌnæt yʊ- /
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noun Roman Law.
See under jus civile.
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Also jus na·tu·rae [juhs -nach-uh-ree, nat-yoo-]. /ˈdʒʌs ˈnætʃ əˌri, ˈnæt yʊ-/.

Origin of jus naturale

<Latin: natural law
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British Dictionary definitions for jus naturale

jus naturale
/ (ˌnætjʊˈreɪlɪ) /

noun Roman law
(originally) a system of law based on fundamental ideas of right and wrong; natural law
(in later usage) another term for jus gentium

Word Origin for jus naturale

from Latin
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