silent leges inter arma


si·lent le·ges in·ter ar·ma

foreign term \ˌsi-ˌlent-ˈlā-ˌgās-ˌin-ter-ˈär-mä\

Definition of SILENT LEGES INTER ARMA

:  the laws are silent in the midst of arms (i.e., in time of war)

Origin of SILENT LEGES INTER ARMA

Latin

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