noun tes·ta·tum \teˈstātəm, -ātəm\

Definition of testatum



\-ātə, -ātə\
  1. 1 :  the portion of the ordinary purchase deed that contains the statement of the consideration, the words incorporating covenants for title, and the operative words

  2. 2 :  testatum capias

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Origin and Etymology of testatum

New Latin, from neuter of Latin testatus, past participle of testari

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