capitatim

adjective cap·i·ta·tim \¦kapə¦tātə̇m, -¦ta-\

Definition of capitatim

  1. :  levied or granted at so much per head a capitatim tax

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Origin and Etymology of capitatim

New Latin, from Latin capit-, caput head + New Latin -atim (as in Medieval Latin verbatim)


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