placitum

noun
plac·​i·​tum | \ ˈplasətəm\
plural placita\ -​tə \

Definition of placitum

archaic
: a judicial proceeding or decree

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History and Etymology for placitum

Medieval Latin, from Latin placitum opinion, decision, decree

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