manu forti

ma·​nu for·​ti | \ ˈmāˌnyüˈfȯ(r)tˌī, -ȯ(r)ˌtī \

Definition of manu forti

: with such force as constitutes the crime of breaking the peace — compare vi et armis

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History and Etymology for manu forti

Latin, with strong hand

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“Manu forti.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 7 Dec. 2021.

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