bona notabilia

plural noun bo·na no·ta·bi·lia \¦bōnəˌnōtəˈbilēə\

Definition of bona notabilia

obsolete

  1. :  the goods of a deceased person held in a diocese other than the one in which the person died, which according to older English probate law required consideration by the courts if of or exceeding the value of five pounds

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Origin and Etymology of bona notabilia

Latin, notable goods


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