animadvertere


animadvertere
1) смотреть, замечать, находить (1. 30 § 2. 1. 87 § 1. D. 35, 1. 1. 8 D. 42, 8). 2) наказывать (1. 11 D. 1, 16. 1. 1 § 1 D. 4, 4. 1. 15 § 25. 28 D. 47, 10). 3) an. aliquem, присудить к смерти, in caput civis Rom. (1. 2. § 16 D. 1, 2), in facinorosos nomines (1. 3 D. 2, 1), in familiam suam (1. 6 § 3 D. 29, 5);

gladio anim. in aliq. (1. 8 § 1. 1. 12 D. 48, 19); отсюда animadversus, присужденный к смертной казни (1. 3 D. 48, 24).


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

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