Definition of legalis homo
: one possessing full legal capacity under Old English law and not debarred of any of his rights in court (as to make oath, testify, and serve as a juror) by outlawry, excommunication, infamy, or disqualification : one within the protection of the law : one standing rectus in curia
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Origin and Etymology of legalis homo
Medieval Latin, literally, legal man
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