praedium rusticum

noun praedium rus·ti·cum \-ˈrəstə̇kəm\

Definition of praedium rusticum

Roman & civil law

  1. :  land adapted to and used for agricultural or pastoral purposes — compare praedium urbanum

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Origin and Etymology of praedium rusticum

Latin, rustic praedium

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