Definition of coemptio
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LEM
coēmptiō, coēmptiōnis
noun (f., 3rd declension)
  1. [in law] a form of marriage by a pretended sale, transferring the woman, with her estate, to the man (in manum)
  2. a fictitious marriage (to free an heiress from special burdens)
Abbreviations
coēmptiō ōnis, f coemo.

—In law, a form of marriage by a pretended sale, transferring the woman, with her estate, to the man (in manum).

— A fictitious marriage (to free an heiress from special burdens).
 
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