noun sat·is·da·tion \ˌsatə̇sˈdāshən\

Definition of satisdation



Roman & civil law

  1. :  the giving of security especially by a guarantor on behalf of a debtor sometimes in form of a cautio

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Origin and Etymology of satisdation

Latin satisdation-, satisdatio, from satisdatus, past participle of satisdare to give security, give enough, from satis enough + dare to give — more at sad, date

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to criticize severely

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