Latin Legal Terms


Cunctus – this term literally translates to “all”, “all collectively”, “the whole”. In practice, the word refers to the legal expression “cuncti adsint meritaeque expectent praemia palmae”, which is translated to “let all come who by merit deseve the most reward”. This is the motto of the University College London.

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