imprudens


imprudens
(adi.);

imprudenter (adv.) l) непредвидящий, неожидающий, damna, quae imprudentibus accidunt (1. 52 § 3 D. 17, 2).

2) неосторожный: imprudenter eligere aliquem (1. 21 § 3 D. 3, 5). 3) незнающий, несведущий, imprudentia = ignorantia, imperitia, напр. imprudens iuris (§ 1 J. 4, 2. 1. 51 pr. D. 21, 2. 1. 5 § 4 D. 44, 7. 1. 108 D. 50, 17. 1. 15 pr. D. 49, 14);

per imprud. (plus) solvere (1. 11. 32 § 1 D. 12, 6. 1. 66 § 4 D. 24, 3. 1. 19 § 3 D. 3, 5. 1. 24 § 1. 1. 29 D. 19, 1. 1. 41 § 1 D. 18, 1).


Латинско-русский словарь к источникам римского права. Изд. 2-е, дополненное. - Варшава, Типография К. Ковалевского. . 1896.

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  • ABANNATIO — ἀπενιαυτισμός Graecis, annuum denotat exilium, quodindici olim apud Graecos, illis solebat, qui involuntariam caedem commisissent, Budaeus in Annotat. l. aut facta. 16. §. eventus, ff. de poen. vide Calvin. Lexic.Iurid. Sicariorum enim ἐκ… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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  • PERSEUS — I. PERSEUS Grammaticus Philosophus, quem, in rebus Deorum Gentilium, Terentii testimoniô utentem, producit Minucius Felix in Octavio. Idem cum Lutatii Praeceptore, ut videtur, de quo hic ad Statium ita; Sed de his rebus ex libris ineffabilis… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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