Definition of utrubi
: an interdict in Roman and civil law for deciding the right of possession of movables and preserving things in statu quo pending the decision — compare uti possidetis
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Origin and Etymology of utrubi
Latin, in which of two places, from uter which of two + ubi where, in what place; from the wording of the interdict
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