ABIGEATUS

ABIGEATUS

abigeatus ([schwa]-bij-ee-ay-t[schwa]s), n. [Latin] Roman & civil law. The act of stealing cattle by driving them away (abigere); cattle-rustling. ? In the later civil law, the usual term for this was abaction. ¡ª Also termed abigeat.
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