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fructuary

noun fruc·tu·ary \ˈfrəkchəˌwerē, -ksh-\

Definition of fructuary

plural

-es

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Origin and Etymology of fructuary

Late Latin fructuarius, from fructuarius, adjective


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fructuary

adjective fruc·tu·ary \"\

Definition of fructuary

  1. :  of or relating to a usufruct —used of a stipulation in Roman and civil law

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Origin and Etymology of fructuary

Late Latin fructuarius, from Latin, of fruit, fruit-bearing, from fructus + -arius -ary


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