meaning of ARROGATION

ARROGATION meaning in General Dictionary

The work of arrogating or making inflated statements the work of taking several is justly eligible to

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  • seizure because of the government
  • The act of arrogating, or making exorbitant statements; the work of using several is justly eligible for.
  • Adoption of you of full age.

ARROGATION meaning in Law Dictionary

when you look at the civil law. The use of someone who was of complete age or sui juris. 1 Browne, Civil & Adm. Law, 119; Dig. 1, 7, 5; Inst. 1, 11, 3. Reinders v. Koppelmann, 68 Mo. 497, 30 have always been. Rep. S0&


ARROGATION meaning in Etymology Dictionary

1580s, from Latin arrogationem (nominative arrogatio), noun of activity from previous participle stem of arrogare "to claim for oneself" (see arrogance).


ARROGATION meaning in General Dictionary

(letter.) The act of arrogating, or making exorbitant claims; the act of using more than one is justly eligible for.

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  • (letter.) Adoption of people of full age.