noun, plural le·ges [lee-jeez; Latin le-ges] /ˈli dʒiz; Latin ˈlɛ gɛs/.
Origin of lex
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Historical Examples of leges
This also failing, there followed the leges tabellariæ, establishing the ballot (139-137).The Evolution of States
J. M. Robertson
They are printed in the Monumenta Germaniae, leges, tome i. .
The Leges and Menexenus stand apart from the Cycle, as compositions on special occasion.
In the Parmenidês, Timæus, and the Leges, such elements will be looked for in vain.
Here the dissenter who proclaims his sincere convictions is spoken of with respect: compare the contrary feeling, Leges, ix.