testimonium

noun tes·ti·mo·ni·um \ ˌtestəˈmōnēəm \

Definition of testimonium

plural testimoniums \-ēəmz\ or testimonia \-ēə\
1 archaic :testimonial 2b
2 :the final or authenticating clause of an instrument that typically begins “In witness whereof” and furnishes such information as when it was signed and before what witnesses

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Origin and Etymology of testimonium

Latin, witness, evidence


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