Latin Legal Terms


Dissolutus – this Latin verb literally means weak, dissolute, profligate. For example, a defense in court may be weak if there is lack of evidences to support their position and respectively to convince the court jury.
A synonym of “dissolutus” is “infirmus”, which shares similar meaning.

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