Latin Legal Terms

Emineo

Emineo – it means to stand out, project, conspicuous. The word relates to the legal term “jus eminens”, which details the right of the sovereign over the nationals and all their belongings within the kingdom. Jus eminens rights were applicable mostly in the middle Ages where most of the countries were formed as kingdoms or empires and ruled by sovereign kings or emperors.
Synonyms of “emineo” are the Latin words “exertus” and “prmineo” that share similar meaning.

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