obvenire


obvenire
доставаться, выпадать на долю (1. 32 § 4 D. 4, 8); (1. 22 D. 28, 7); (1. 60 pr. D. 35, 2. 1. 50 § 1 D. 6, 1);

hereditate obv. alicui (1. 2 D. 48, 6); особ. о получении наследства = deferri, напр. hereditas, ex testam. nobis obveniens (1. 34 pr. D. 5, 3. 1. 3 § 1 D. 17, 2. cf. 1. 14 D. 29, 2. 1. 14 D. 41, 4. 1. 28 D. 42, 5. 1. 130 D. 50, 16).


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

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  • obvenir — [ ɔbvənir ] v. intr. <conjug. : 22> • 1369; lat. obvenire ♦ Dr. Échoir. Biens obvenus par succession. ● obvenir verbe intransitif (latin obvenire) Vieux. Échoir par succession. ⇒OBVENIR, verbe trans. indir. DR. [Le suj. désigne un/des… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Obvention — Ob*ven tion, n. [L. obvention, fr. obvenire to come before or in the way of, to befall; ob (see {Ob }) + venire to come: cf. F. obvention.] The act of happening incidentally; that which happens casually; an incidental advantage; an occasional… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Widerfahren — Widerfáhren, verb. irregul. neutr. mit dem Hülfsworte seyn; ich widerfahre, es ist mir widerfahren. Begegnen, im figürlichen Verstande, eine gewisse Veränderung von außen erfahren, sowohl von angenehmen als unangenehmen Veränderungen, mit dem… …   Grammatisch-kritisches Wörterbuch der Hochdeutschen Mundart

  • obvenir — (ob ve nir) v. n. Terme de jurisprudence. Échoir à l État par succession ou autrement, en parlant de certains biens. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Lat. obvenire, de ob, et venire, venir …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • ANCILLARIOLI — dicebantur apud Romanos, qui non libere uxoribus imperabant, adeoque ut vel consciis iis adulterarentur. Quo de infami maritorum erga uxores obsequio, admiranda sunt, quae scribit Seneca, de Benef l. 1. c. 9. Coniugibus alienis, nec clam quidem,… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • CARO Humana — comesta ab amicis, ab inimicis. De Thracibus namque legimus, carissimos suos in propriis visceribus sepeliisse. Quod idem in India Occidentali faciunt populi quidam efferati, qui ipsi devorant suos mortuos, quos tamen plerumque trucidant, ne… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • FAME necare — iurisdictionis species, apud Aragonenses. Fori Oscae A. C. 1247. sub Iacobo I. Aragon. Rege Si homo infantionis occiderit hominem infantionis, talem homicidam potest dominus eius in captione, fame, sui aut frigore necare. Sic in Observantiis… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • PERUVIA — vulgo le Perou Gallis, Peru Hispanis, regio perampla, plurimis auri et argenti fodinis nobilitata, et alias regnum potentissimum Americae meridionalis, quae inde etiam persaepe dicitur Peruviana. Peruvia autem Reges antea habuit proprios, Incas… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • obventio — /abvensh(iy)ow/ Lat. (From obvenire, to fall in.) In the civil law, rent; profits; income; the return from an investment or thing owned; as the earnings of a vessel. Generally used in the plural. In old English law, the revenue of a spiritual… …   Black's law dictionary

  • obvention — äbˈvenchən noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English obvencioun, from Middle French obvention, from Latin obvention , obventio income, revenue, from Latin obventus (past participle of obvenire to come about, from ob to, toward + venire to come) + ion …   Useful english dictionary


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