Definition of indicavit
: a writ of prohibition from a common-law court commanding the removal to that court of a case pending in an ecclesiastical court and prohibiting the ecclesiastical court from exercising any further jurisdiction
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Origin and Etymology of indicavit
Latin, he has indicated, 3d person singular perfect indicative active of indicare to indicate — more at indicate
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