aquae immittendae

noun plural but singular in construction
aquae im·​mit·​ten·​dae | \ -ˌiməˈtenˌdē, -ˌdī—see aqua \

Definition of aquae immittendae

: the right in law to throw water from one's windows on a neighbor's buildings or soil

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History and Etymology for aquae immittendae

Latin, waters to be thrown out

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“Aquae immittendae.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 28 Jan. 2021.

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