praedium rusticanum

praedium rus·​ti·​ca·​num | \ -ˌrəstəˈkānəm \

Definition of praedium rusticanum

Roman, civil, & Scots law
: land upon which no building stands whether in town or country

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History and Etymology for praedium rusticanum

Latin, country praedium

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“Praedium rusticanum.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 28 Nov. 2021.

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