aquae immittendae

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

Definition of aquae immittendae

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

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Origin and Etymology of aquae immittendae

Latin, waters to be thrown out


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