FORISFACERE

FORISFACERE

forisfacere (for-is-fay-s[schwa]-ree), vb. [fr. Latin foris ¡°without¡± + facere ¡°to make¡±] Hist.

1. To forfeit (an estate or other property). ? Literally, this means to make the property foreign to oneself.

2. To violate the law; to do a thing against or without the law.


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