Aquilian

adjective Aquil·i·an \ əˈkwilēən \

Definition of Aquilian

: arising from or governed by a statute of the Roman republic with respect to wrongful damage to property used of a fault or liability in civil and Roman law

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Origin and Etymology of aquilian

Latin Aquilianus, from C. Aquilius Gallus 1st century b.c. Roman jurist + Latin -anus -an


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