nuncupative definition

  • adjective:
    • Law Delivered orally to witnesses versus written: a nuncupative will.
    • Oral; perhaps not written.
    • Publicly or solemnly declaratory.
    • Nominal; present only in name.
    • openly or solemnly declaratory.
    • Nominal; present just in title.
    • Oral; not written.
  • others:
    • regarding naming, nominating, vowing, or dedicating.
    • In the law of wills, dental; not written; made or announced by word of mouth.

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