inspeximus

noun in·spex·i·mus \ə̇nzˈpeksə̇məs, ə̇nˈsp-\

Definition of inspeximus

plural

-es

  1. :  an English charter or letters patent beginning with the Latin word inspeximus in which the grantor confirms and recites a former charter

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Origin and Etymology of inspeximus

Latin, we have inspected


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