BALLIUM

BALLIUM
BALLIUM
apud Matthaeum Westmonaster. A. C. 1265. Eam (vicitantem) cum exteriori ballio castri bellatorum suorum insultibus occupavit: item in Charta Galcheri Ducis de Natolio A. C. 1218. in Tabular. Campan. ut et in Charta Henrici I. Regis Angliae apud Car. du Fresne, propugnaculi species est. In Actis Episcoporum Eboracens. locus Eboraci, reorum custodiae distinatus, Vetus Ballium nuncupatur, quod esset, ubi olim vetus ballium, seu propugnaculum. Vide eundem Car. du Fresne Glossar.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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  • Ballium — Bal li*um, n. [LL.] See {Bailey}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ballium — /bal ee euhm/, n. bailey. [1790 1800; < ML, Latinized var.] * * * …   Universalium

  • ballium — noun bailey (fortification) …   Wiktionary

  • ballium — bal·li·um …   English syllables

  • ballium — /beyKityam/ A fortress or bulwark; also bail …   Black's law dictionary

  • ballium — /beyKityam/ A fortress or bulwark; also bail …   Black's law dictionary

  • ballium — ˈbalēəm noun ( s) Etymology: Medieval Latin, from Middle English baile more at bail (outer wall) : bailey …   Useful english dictionary

  • ponendum in ballium — /panendam in bseliyam/ An old writ commanding that a prisoner be bailed in cases bailable …   Black's law dictionary

  • tradas in ballium — /treydas in bsliyam/ You deliver to bail. In old English practice, the name of a writ which might be issued in behalf of a party who, upon the writ de odio et atia, had been found to have been maliciously accused of a crime, commanding the… …   Black's law dictionary

  • traditur in ballium — /trasdatar in basliyam/ In old practice, means delivered to bail. Emphatic words of the old Latin bail piece …   Black's law dictionary

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