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Name Origin: Greek
Name Gender: Male
Lat. No-one; no man. The iui- tial word-of many Latin phrases and maxims, among which are the following: Nemo admittendus est inhabilitare seipsuin. Jenk. Cent. 40. No mau is to be accepted to incapacitate himself. Nemo agit in seipsum. No man functions agaiust himself. Jenk. Cent. p. 40, case 70. A person can't be a judge and a party inside the own cause. Id.; Broom, Maximum. 210/i. Nemo aliense rei, sine satisdatione, defensor idoneus intelligitur. No guy is recognized as a competent defender of another's home, without protection. A rule of this Roman legislation, applied simply in admiralty cases. 1 Curt. 202. Nemo alieno nomine lege agere potest. Nobody is able to sue inside uame of some other. Dig. 50, 17, 123. Nemo allegans suam tnrpitndinem est audiendus. No-one alleging his or her own baseness is to be heard. The process of law of law have actually
Latin, literally "no guy, no-one, no person."
The collar is formed of thistles, alternating with sprigs of rue, and the motto is Nemo me impune lacessit.