What does CATALLA OTIOSA mean?

CATALLA OTIOSA meaning in Law Dictionary

Dead goods or chattels, as distinguished from creatures. Idle cattle, this is certainly, such as for instance are not used for working, as distinguished from beasts of plow ; called also animalia otiosa. Bract, fols. 217, 217b; 3 Bl. Comm. 9. Catalla juste possessa amitti non pos- sunt. Chattels justly possessed can not be lost. Jenk. Cent. 28. Catalla reputantur inter minima in lege. Chattels are thought in law among the list of the very least things. Jenk. Cent. 52