interdict


interdict
in·ter·dict 1 /'in-tər-ˌdikt/ n
1: something that prohibits
2: one that has been interdicted compare ward
in·ter·dict 2 /ˌin-tər-'dikt/ vt
1 in the civil law of Louisiana: to deprive (a person) of the right to care for one's own person or affairs because of mental incapacity compare commit, curator, tutor
2: to authoritatively prohibit or bar (an act or conduct)
3: to intercept or cut off (as a drug shipment) by force

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

interdict
I verb arrest, bar, block, check, debar, declare illegal, deny, deter, disallow, embargo, enjoin, forbid, halt, hinder, impede, inhibit, interdicere, obstruct, preclude, prevent, prohibit, proscribe, refuse permission, repress, restrain, restrict, stop, thwart, veto II index ban, bar (obstruction), bar (exclude), block, coerce, condemn (ban), constraint (restriction), debar, enjoin, forbid, inhibit, prohibit, prohibition, proscription, renounce, restrain, restrict, veto

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


interdict
in Scotland, an order of a court prohibiting conduct. Only in certain occasions may it have a positive effect. See injunction.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.

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  • Interdict — • Originally in Roman law, an interlocutory edict of the praetor, especially in matter affecting the right of possession; it still preserves this meaning in both Roman and canon law Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Interdict      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Interdict — In ter*dict , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Interdicted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Interdicting}.] [OE. entrediten to forbid communion, L. interdicere, interdictum. See {Interdict}, n.] [1913 Webster] 1. To forbid; to prohibit or debar; as, to interdict… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • interdict — INTERDÍCT, interdicte, s.n. Pedeapsă dată în evul mediu de autoritatea bisericii catolice, prin care se interzicea temporar unui preot, unei biserici, unei regiuni sau unei ţări să oficieze cultul divin sau să participe la el. – Din lat.… …   Dicționar Român

  • Interdict — In ter*dict , n. [OE. entredit, enterdit, OF. entredit, F. interdit, fr. L. interdictum, fr. interdicere to interpose, prohibit; inter between + dicere to say. See {Diction}.] [1913 Webster] 1. A prohibitory order or decree; a prohibition. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Interdict — Interdict. Lehnten sich im Mittelalter einzelne Personen oder ganze Städte und Provinzen gegen die Beschlüsse des Papstes auf, so sprach derselbe das Interdict gegen sie aus. Aller Gottesdienst hörte dann auf, die Kirchen wurden verschlossen,… …   Damen Conversations Lexikon

  • interdict — [in΄tər dikt′; ] for n. [ in′tər dikt΄] vt. [altered (infl. by L interdictus) < ME entrediten < n. entredit: see INTERDICT n. below] 1. to prohibit (an action) or prohibit the use of (a thing); forbid with authority 2. to restrain from… …   English World dictionary

  • Interdict — (v. lat. Interdictum), 1) im Römischen Recht ursprünglich am Befehl, Gebot (Decretum) od. Verbot (I. im engeren Sinne), welchen der Prätor bei gewissen Rechtsirrungen sofort auf Antrag einer Partei erließ, der aber, wenn der Gegner Widerspruch… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • interdict — (v.) late 13c., from O.Fr. entredit, pp. of entredire forbid by decree, from L. interdicere interpose by speech, prohibit, from inter between (see INTER (Cf. inter )) + dicere to speak, to say (see DICTION (Cf. diction)). Related …   Etymology dictionary

  • interdict — vb ban, inhibit, enjoin, *forbid, prohibit Analogous words: proscribe (see SENTENCE): debar, rule out, *exclude: *restrain, curb, check Antonyms: sanction Contrasted words: *let, allow, permit …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • interdict — Interdict, Interdictum …   Thresor de la langue françoyse


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