Latin Legal Terms


Divinus - this Latin adverb means divine, sacred; highly valued and important in religion. For example, the Criminal Law in some legal systems punishes more seriously robberies of sacred items in churches, because these items are more important for huge part of the society. The word relates to the term “divinitus”, which translates as divine influence, admirably, nobly, by inspiration.

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