The condition of a freeman or that of a manumitted slave.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • ingenuitas — /injan(y)uwataes/ Freedom; liberty; the state or condition of one who is free. Also liberty given to a servant by manumission …   Black's law dictionary

  • ingenuitas regni — /injan(y)uwatss regnay/ In old English law, the freemen, yeomanry, or commonalty of the kingdom. Applied sometimes also to the barons …   Black's law dictionary

  • ingenuitas regni — The freemen or yeomanry of the kingdom …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • ingenuità — {{hw}}{{ingenuità}}{{/hw}}s. f. 1 Candore d animo | Semplicità, inesperienza | (spreg.) Semplicioneria; CONTR. Furbizia, scaltrezza. 2 Atto, parola da persona ingenua …   Enciclopedia di italiano

  • ingénuité — [ ɛ̃ʒenɥite ] n. f. • 1372; lat. ingenuitas 1 ♦ Dr. rom. État d une personne née libre. 2 ♦ (1546) Sincérité innocente et naïve. ⇒ candeur, franchise, innocence, naïveté, pureté, simplicité, sincérité. « Toute la personne de Cosette était naïveté …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Ingenui — For the Roman commander with this name, see Ingenuus. Ingenui or ingenuitas (singular ingenuus ), was a legal term of ancient Rome indicating those who were born free, as distinct from, for example, freedmen, who were freemen who had once been… …   Wikipedia

  • ingenuitate — INGENUITÁTE s.f. Simplitate, naturaleţe împletită cu sinceritate şi naivitate; puritate, candoare (în comportări). [pr.: nu i ] – Din fr. ingénuité, lat. ingenuitas, atis. Trimis de valeriu, 21.07.2003. Sursa: DEX 98  INGENUITÁTE s. candoare,… …   Dicționar Român

  • Ingenuität — In|ge|nu|i|tät 〈f. 20; unz.; geh.〉 Freimut, Offenheit, Aufrichtigkeit [<lat. ingenuitas „Stand der Freigeborenen, Edelmut, offener Sinn“] * * * In|ge|nu|i|tät, die; [lat. ingenuitas]: 1. (veraltet) Freimut, Offenheit; Natürlichkeit im Benehmen …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Ingenuity — In ge*nu i*ty, n. [L. ingenuitas ingenuousness: cf. F. ing[ e]nuit[ e]. See {Ingenuous}.] 1. The quality or power of ready invention; quickness or acuteness in forming new combinations; ingeniousness; skill in devising or combining. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Marcius Agrippa — For others with this name, see Agrippa (disambiguation). Marcius Agrippa (fl. late 2nd/early 3rd century) was originally a slave serving as a beautician. He later became a freedman in some unknown way and then (illegally) started to encroach upon …   Wikipedia

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