pactum de constituenda dote

pactum de con·​sti·​tu·​en·​da do·​te | \ -dākänˌstitəˈwendəˈdōtā\

Definition of pactum de constituenda dote

Roman law
: an informal agreement to give a dowry

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History and Etymology for pactum de constituenda dote

Late Latin

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something valued as if it were money

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