minor 2 adj1 a: being less important or seriousa minor officiala minor offenseb: involving, relating to, or dealing with less important matters2: having the status of a minorminor children
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
accessory, cursory, dispensable, expendable, futile, immaterial, inappreciable, inconsequential, inconsiderable, ineffectual, inessential, inferior, insignificant, insubstantial, irrelevant, junior, less important, lesser, little, low-level, lower, meaningless, mere, minimal, minimum, minute, modest, negligible, nonessential, not vital, not worth mentioning, nugatory, obscure, of no account, of second rank, paltry, peripheral, petty, picayune, scant, secondary, slight, small, smaller, subaltern, subordinate, subsidiary, superficial, trifling, trivial, unessential, unimportant, uninfluential, unnecessary, unnoteworthy, unnoticeable
associated concepts: minor breach, minor defect, minor dispute, minor subdivision
adolescent, baby, child, dependent, filius familias, individual under age, individual under the age of majority, infant, junior, juvenile, one not legally competent, person under legal age, person under 18 years of age, person who is not of full age, pubescent, teenager, underage person, ward, young person, youngling, youngster, youth
associated concepts: emancipation of a minor, minor dependent, unemancipated minor
- Minor minorem custodlre non debet, alios enim praesumitur male regere qui seipsum regere nescit. — A minor ought not to be guardian to a minor, for a person who knows not how to govern himself is presumed to be unfit to govern others- Meliorem conditionem suam facere potest minor, deteriorem nequaquam. — A minor can make his own condition better, but by no means worse- Succurritur minori; facilis est lapsus juventutis. — A minor is to be favored, youth errs easily- Minor non tenetur respondere durante minori aetati, nisi, in causa dotis, propter favorem. — A minor is not held responsible during his minority, unless, by reason of favor, in the matter of dowerIII index adolescent, child, collateral (immaterial), dependent (adjective), dependent (noun), frivolous, immaterial, inappreciable, incidental, inconsequential, inconsiderable, infant, inferior (lower in position), juvenile (adjective), juvenile (noun), minimal, negligible, nonessential, null (insignificant), petty, secondary, slight, subaltern, subordinate, unessential
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
n.A person below the age of majority; a child or juvenile.adj.Small; of less importance.
The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008.
Someone under legal age, which is generally 18, except for certain purposes such as drinking alcoholic beverages.Category: Divorce & Family Law → Divorce, Child Support & Custody
Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary. Gerald N. Hill, Kathleen Thompson Hill. 2009.
England, WalesAn individual under the age of 18.
Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. www.practicallaw.com. 2010.
An infant or person who is under the age of legal competence. A term derived from the civil law, which described a person under a certain age as less than so many years. In most states, a person is no longer a minor after reaching the age of 18 (though state laws might still prohibit certain acts until reaching a greater age; e.g., purchase of liquor). Also, less; of less consideration; lower; a person of inferior condition.
Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.
An infant or person who is under the age of legal competence. A term derived from the civil law, which described a person under a certain age as less than so many years. In most states, a person is no longer a minor after reaching the age of 18 (though state laws might still prohibit certain acts until reaching a greater age; e.g., purchase of liquor). Also, less; of less consideration; lower; a person of inferior condition.II A person under the age of legal competence.
Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.
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