index interest (profit)

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  • faenus — fae·nus …   English syllables

  • faenus — …   Useful english dictionary

  • faenus nauticum — ˈnȯd.ə̇kəm noun Etymology: Late Latin, literally, maritime interest Roman law : interest paid on maritime loans to be repaid only when a ship and its cargo safely reach port …   Useful english dictionary

  • SEMUNCIARIUM Faenus — Lege Tribunorum Pleb. sancitum ann. Urb. Cond. 4. C. Plautiô Hypsaeô, T. Mentiô Imperiosô Torquatô Consulib. Vide infra Uncia …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • feneration — noun ( s) Etymology: Latin faeneration , faeneratio, from faeneratus, feneratus (past participle of faenerari, fenerari to lend on interest, irregular from faenor , faenus, fenor , fenus interest) + ion , io ion more at faenus obsolete : the act… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Fenerate — Fen er*ate, v. i. [L. faeneratus, p. p. of faenerari lend on interest, fr. faenus interest.] To put money to usury; to lend on interest. [Obs.] Cockeram. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • interest — in·ter·est / in trəst; in tə rəst, ˌrest/ n [probably alteration of earlier interesse, from Anglo French, from Medieval Latin, from Latin, to be between, make a difference, concern, from inter between, among + esse to be] 1: a right, title, claim …   Law dictionary

  • Прибыль — (лат. faenus, compendium, guaestus; англ. profit) превышение совокупных доходов над затратами; основной показатель эффективности работы хозяйствующего субъекта за определенный период …   Большой юридический словарь

  • feneratizio — fe·ne·ra·tì·zio agg. TS dir. relativo all usura, che riguarda l usura: patto feneratizio {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: av. 1808. ETIMO: dal lat. tardo faeneratĭcĭu(m), der. di faenus interesse …   Dizionario italiano

  • trajectitia pecunia — /traejektish(iy)a pakyiiwn(i)ya/ A loan to a shipper to be repaid only in case of a successful voyage. The lender could charge an extraordinary rate of interest, nauticum faenus …   Black's law dictionary

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