becoming in two components having two correspondent parts as an appropriate agreement or writing one for each celebration shared by two as a bipartite treaty
- divided into two portions very nearly toward base
- involving two parts or elements
- Being in 2 components; having two correspondent components, as a appropriate agreement or writing, one for every celebration; provided by two; since, a bipartite pact.
- divided in to two components practically on base, as a leaf; composed of two components or subdivisions.
Consisting of, or divisible into, two parts. A phrase in conveyancing descriptive of an instrument in 2 components, and executed by both parties.
1570s, from Latin bipartitus "divided," past participle of bipartire "to divide into two parts," from bi- (see bi-) + partitus, past participle of partiri "to divide" (see component (v.)).
(a.) Being in two parts; having two correspondent parts, as a legal agreement or writing, one for each celebration; shared by two; since, a bipartite pact.
- (a.) split into two components practically towards the base, as a leaf; composed of two components or subdivisions.
He held that the Son was a torch lighted at the torch of the Father, that Father and Son are a bipartite light.