allegatio


allegatio
allegātĭo (adlegātĭo), ōnis, f. [st2]1 [-] envoi, délégation. [st2]2 [-] allégation, excuse. [st2]3 [-] rescrit royal.    - allegationes, Cic. : démarches, sollicitations, menées.
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allegātĭo (adlegātĭo), ōnis, f. [st2]1 [-] envoi, délégation. [st2]2 [-] allégation, excuse. [st2]3 [-] rescrit royal.    - allegationes, Cic. : démarches, sollicitations, menées.
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    Allegatio, Verbale. Cicero. Sollicitation qu'on fait en envoyant ses amis vers aucun, Ambassade.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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