What does AGRI LIMITATI mean?

AGRI LIMITATI meaning in Law Dictionary

In Roman law. Lauds belonging to the state by right of conquest, and approved or offered in plots. Sandars, Only. Inst. (5th Ed.) 98. In modern civil-law. Lands whose boundaries tend to be strictly restricted to the lines of government studies. Hardin v. Jordan, 140 U. S. 371, 11 Sup. Ct. 808, 35 L. Ed. 428.