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suo jure

[soo-oh yoo-re; English soo-oh joo r-ee]
adverb Latin.
  1. in one's own right.
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suo loco

[soo-oh law-koh; English soo-oh loh-koh]
adverb Latin.
  1. in one's own or rightful place.
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Examples from the Web for suo

Historical Examples

  • Duo would have had him driven away, but Suo felt compassion for him.

    Tales of Folk and Fairies

    Katharine Pyle

  • The beggar now gave the fruit to Suo, and she took it and ate all of it.

  • Not even Suo might go into the garden to mourn beside the body of her son.

  • But Suo would not so much as look at the pretended hairdresser.

  • How could he call Ordelaffo "suo signore" when he was the servant of Florence?


British Dictionary definitions for suo

suo jure

adverb
  1. mainly law in one's own right
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Word Origin

Latin

suo loco

adverb
  1. mainly law in a person or thing's own or rightful place
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Word Origin

Latin
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