oblatio


oblatio
\\äˈblāshēˌō, -(ˌ)shō\ noun (-s)
Etymology: Late Latin, oblation
Roman civil law : a tender of something (as a payment) due

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  • OBLATIO — Hebraice Gap desc: Hebrew, una ex tribus primariis Sacrificiorum Vet. Testam. speciebus, e frugibus erat, constabatque e simila; cui affundebatur oleum, addebanturque thuris odores. Unde acceptum pugillum, cum universo ture, adolebat Sacerdos… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Oblatĭo — (lat.), das freiwillige Erbieten zu etwas. O. ad idem, das freiwillige Erbieten zur Zahlung der nämlichen Kaufsumme, welche ein Andrer geboten hat, wodurch in gewissen Fällen das Vorkaufsrecht in Wirksamkeit tritt; O. ad jurandum,… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Oblatio — Oblatio, lat., freiwilliges Anerbieten; o. litis, als beklagte Partei sich einlassen, was zum Kostenersatz verpflichtet, wenn sie dies unbefugt that …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • oblatio — Tender of payment. Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations …   Law dictionary

  • oblatio — ob·la·tio …   English syllables

  • oblatio — /ableysh(iy)ow/ In the civil law, a tender of money in payment of a debt made by debtor to creditor. Whatever is offered to the church by the pious …   Black's law dictionary

  • oblatio — (Civil law.) An offer or tender of payment of a debt …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Oblatio juramenti — Edstilbud …   Danske encyklopædi

  • oblation — [ ɔblasjɔ̃ ] n. f. • oblatiun v. 1120; lat. oblatio 1 ♦ Littér. Action d offrir (qqch.) à Dieu. « Jésus fit à Dieu l oblation solennelle de sa personne » (Bourdaloue). 2 ♦ Liturg. Acte par lequel le prêtre offre à Dieu le pain et le vin qu il… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • PRIMITIAE frugum aliarumque rerum — eô fine Deo offerri consuevêre, ut in iis reliquae omnes sanctisicarentur. Sic Primitiae arborum offerri iussae sunt Levit. c. 19. v. 23. 24. quod hôc ordine fiebat: Tribus primis, a quo plantatae erant, annis, praeputiatae censebantur, adeoque… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale


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