res ges·tae noun plural \ˈrās-ˈges-ˌtī, ˈrēz-ˈjes-(ˌ)tē\
: things done; especially : the facts that form the environment of a litigated issue and are admissible in evidence
Origin of RES GESTAE
First Known Use: 1616
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