SACER

SACER

sacer (sas-[schwa]r), adj. [Latin ¡°sacred; forfeited to a god¡±] Roman law. (Of an outlaw or a wrongdoer) punished by being placed outside the law’s protection. See CONSECRATIO CAPITIS; OUTLAWRY.
TermBase Contributor
Carl, Chinese legal translator, specializes in translating legal documents pertaining to complex business disputes.