Quo Animo

Quo Animo

[Latin, With what intention or motive.] A term sometimes used instead of the word animus, which means design or motive.

QUO ANIMO. The intent; the mind with which a thing has been done; as, the quo animo with which the words were spoken may be shown by the proof of conversations of the defendant relating to the original defamation. 19 Wend. 296.

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