INDICIUM

INDICIUM

indicium (in-dish-ee-[schwa]m), n. [Latin] Roman law.

1. The act of providing evidence against an accused.

2. The act of promising recompense for a certain service.

3. A sign or mark; esp., something used as a type of proof. See INDICARE.


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