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amicus

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noun ami·cus \ə-ˈmē-kəs, -ˈmī-\

Definition of amicus

plural amici play \-ˈmē-ˌkē, -ˈmī-ˌsī\



1951

First Known Use of amicus

1951


Law Dictionary

amicus

play
noun ami·cus \ə-ˈmē-kəs, -ˈmī-\

Legal Definition of amicus

plural amici \-ˈmē-ˌkē, -ˈmī-ˌsī\ play




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