dum fuit infra aetatem

adverb dum fu·it in·fra ae·ta·tem \du̇mˈfüə̇t¦infrəˌīˈtätəm\

Definition of dum fuit infra aetatem

  1. :  while under age —used of an old writ for enabling a man after coming of age to recover lands he alienated while an infant

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Origin and Etymology of dum fuit infra aetatem

Latin, while he was under age

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