Found in a Dictionary of Words and Phrases Used in Ancient and Modern Law (1899)
- Waive: To relinquish; to abandon; to cast aside. To outlaw a woman; a convicted woman who is outlawed.
- Corsage: An ancient and extraordinary impost payable in corn.
- Court of Dusty Feet: Court of record anciently held at fairs to do justice between buyer and seller.
- Scintilla juris: The smallest interest. A particle of right.
- Feu et lieu: In old French-Canadian law, actual settlement on land by a tenant; hearth and home.
- Appostille: In French law, an addition or annotation made in the margin of any writing.
- De char et de sang: Of flesh and blood; words used at the time of Edward I in claiming one as a villain.
- Corium forisfacere: To forfeit one's skin; to be whipped.
- Aver et tener: To have and to hold.