PRO PARTE LEGITIMUS, PRO PARTE ILLEGITIMUS
pro parte legitimus, pro parte illegitimus (proh pahr-tee l[schwa]-jit-[ schwa]-m[schwa]s, proh pahr-tee il-l[schwa]-jit-[schwa]-m[schwa]s). [Law Latin] Hist. Partly legitimate, partly illegitimate. ? In Roman and civil law, an illegitimate child could be later legitimated through the marriage of the child’s parents. But England did not fully recognize this legitimate status.
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