Latin Legal Terms

Edere

Edere – this Latin verb literally means to eat, to take meals, and satisfy a hunger. Eating is the process of accepting food on regular periods of time during the day, for keeping the biological needs of the organism and for living a normal life. A synonym is “edo”. In practice, the word participates in the phrase “tunc, modo edere volebat”, which literally means “at that time, he just wanted to eat.”

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