bastard


bastard
bas·tard /'bas-tərd/ n: an illegitimate child
◇ The word bastard is no longer used in legal contexts.
bas·tardy /'bas-tər-dē/ n

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

bastard
I noun adulterine, bantling, child born before marriage, child born out of wedlock, illegitimate child, nothus, nullius filius, spurious issue associated concepts: acknowledgment, bastardy proceeding, illegitimate, inheritance, legitimacy support, putative father foreign phrases:
- Bastardus non potest habere haeredem nisi de corpore suo legitime procreatum. — A bastard cannot have an heir unless he is one lawfully begotten of his own body.
- Bastardus nullius est filius, aut filius populi. — A bastard is the son of no one, or the son of the people.
- Non est justum aliquem antenatum post mortem facere bastardum qui toto tempore vitae suae pro le gitimo habebatur. — It is not just to make anyone a bastard after his death, who during his lifetime was regarded as legitimate
- Qui nascitur sine legitimo matrimonio, matrem sequitur. — He who is born out of lawful matrimony succeeds to the condition of his mother.
- Partus ex legitimo thoro non certius noscit matrem quam genitorem suum. — The offspring of a legitimate marriage knows not his mother more certainly than his father.
- Qui ex damnato coitu nascuntur inter liberos non computentur. — They who are born of an illicit union should not be reckoned among the children.
II index illegitimate (born out of wedlock)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


bastard
n.
A child born to a mother and father not married to one another.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.


bastard
an illegitimate child born out of wedlock. See illegitimacy.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.


bastard
n.
=>> child.
2 The child of a married woman whose father is not the woman's husband or whose paternity is not conclusively established.

Webster's New World Law Dictionary. . 2000.

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