Latin Legal Terms

Asinus ad lyram

Asinus ad lyram – literally this phrase means “an ass to the lyre instrument”. It is used to refer to the figure of an incompetent person, whose statement does not include true facts or conclusions, so it should not be considered by the hearers or addressees.

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