Latin Legal Terms

Egeo

Egeo – the definition of this Latin word is to need, lack, want, be without. In the sphere of Social Care in some jurisdictions, it describes the need of these people who are not capable to take care of themselves (due to financial or medical reasons) and are asking for assistance from others. Most countries keep Social Aid Service which has the role to help people in need.
Synonyms of egeo are “opto” and “volo” that share the same meaning.

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