minor


minor
1) меньший, меньше, lanx minor (1. 31 D. 34, 2);

min. pondera (1. 18 § 3 D. 4, 3. 1. 1 C. 1, 55);

min. dies. прот. amplior numerus dierum (1. 4 § 5 D. 42, 1. 1. 69 D. 5, 1);

m. crimen (1. 7 § 5 D. 48, 2);

capitis deminutio m. (см. caput s. 5);

m. honor, magistratus (1. 7 § 22 D. 48, 22. 1. 4 pr. 1. 14 § 5 D. 50, 4);

min. iudicem appellare (1. 1 § 3 D. 49, 1);

minor centenario (см.);

min. usurae (1. 9 § 1. 1. 13 pr. D. 22, 1. 1. 5 D. 33, 4);

reditus min. facti (1. 38 D. 33, 2. 1. 35 § 2 D. 28, 5);

in peculio, legato (1. 8 § 3 D. 33, 8. 1. 41 § 2 D. 21, 2. 1. 7 § 2 D. 14, 4. 1. 18 pr. 1. 47 pr. D. 21, 1. 1. 25 D. 26, 7. 1. 4 § 3 D. 12, 3. 1. 9 § 3 D. 11, 3. 1. 36 D. 21, 1. 1. 3 § 3 D. 19, 1);

minoris emere (1. 13 pr. eod. 1. 6 D. 40, 5);

venire (1. 32 § 26 D. 24, 1. 1. 63 D. 46, 1);

locata venditave res (1. 2 D. 3, 6. 1. 12 § 1 D. 50, 17. 1. 32 cf. 1. 82 eod. 1. 1 § 43 D. 16, 3. 1. 110 pr. cf. 1. 21 D. 50, 17);

minus (adv.) б) меньше, менее, m. delinquere (1. 1 § 7 D. 3, 1);

m. solvendo esse (1. 9 § 1 D. 4, 3);

m. frequentari (1. 1 § 1 D. 11, 1);

m. audiens (1. 11 D. 26, 4. 1. 27 § § 2 D. 4, 8. 1. 5 § 10 D. 27, 9. 1. 192 § 1 D. 50, 17); в) недостаточно, мало (1. 88 § 17 D. 31. 1. 3 § 3 D. 26, 7. 1. 1 § 11 D. 37, 10. 1. 1 § 5 D. 27, 8); г) не, напр. si - si minus (1. 6 § 9 D. 2, 13. 1. 73 § 3 D. 5, 1);

quo minus = ut non s. ne, напр. dolo facere, quo m. etc. (1. 9 pr. D. 10, 4. 1. 7 § 2 D. 14, 4);

moram facere, quo m. (1. 4 pr. D. 2, 7);

impediri, quo m. (1. 3 § 2. 3 D. 2, 10).

2) младший, sc. aetate, напр. nec (debet arrogare) maiorem minor (1. 15 § 3 D. 1, 7);

minor LX annis (§ 2 eod.);

m. XX annis dominus (§ 4 I. 1, 6. 1. 102 D. 30. 1. 1 D. 40, 1);

m. XVIII annis (1. 13 D. 40, 2. 1. 57 D. 42, 1);

min. XXV annis (tit. D. 4, 4. 1. 1 § 1 eod.);

cp. Gai. II. 163. IV. 57. 1. 6 eod. cf. 1. 15 § 6 D. 48, 5); тк. прямо minor в смысле m. ХХV annis, несовершеннолетний, напр. Praetor minoribus auxilium promisit, non maioribus (1. 3 § 4 h. t.); (§ 1 eod. 1. 3. cf. 1. 2 C. 2, 43. 1. 6 D. 4, 1. 1. 13 D. 26, 5. 1. 39 § 6 D. 3, 3);

m. iudex, Praetor, Consul (1. 57 D. 42, 1);

m. aetas, несовершеннолетие (1. 2 C. 2, 30).


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

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