domitae naturae (dom-[schwa]-tee n[schwa]-tyoor-ee). [Latin] Hist. Of a tame nature; not wild. ? This term usu. refers to long-domesticated animals, such as sheep or cattle, in which a person has absolute property rights. But it can also refer to naturally wild animals that have been tamed.
How do Chinese lawyers translate the term DOMITAE NATURAE?
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