Infamis

INFAMIS. Among the Romans was of a general rule, and not by virtue of an arbitrary decision of the censors, lost his political rights, but preserved his civil rights. Sav. Dr. Rom Sec. 79.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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(29) The fact that intestabilis is social sanction alongside infamis is instructive.
riprende qui, correttamente a parere di chi scrive, l'interpretazione di Kenney per cui Cupido "non merita di esser chiamato figlio" di Venere, ma allo stesso tempo e considerato dalla dea "quell'infame di mio figlio", se si considera che non dicendus = infamis.
unde sit infamis, quare male fortibus undis Salmacis enervet tactosque remolliat artus, discite.
si me error tenuerit, et ob nequitiam infamis ille fuerit, scribite et agnoscam.
1970: "Jo Haynes, Infamis." Theatre Notebook 24: 56-67.
Est sane quum molesta tum sumptuosa traiectio, sed vt breuis, ita non admodum infamis naufragiis, Et si quid illic erit molestiarum, olim meminisse iuuabit.
The tincture of a shameful blush in the countess's version of Psalm 86 - 'to dye their cheekes in shamefull hue / that now with spite my soule pursue' (45-6) - also has a parallel in Beza: Infamis abscedat, rubore / Tinctus ora lurido (v.
grande beklatscht und dann von einem speziell daran interessierten eques Romanus ut aiebant infamis abgeschleppt wird.
itaque statim invenit auxilium; nescio quis enim, eques Romanus ut aiebant infamis, sua veste errantem circumdedit ac domum abduxit, credo, ut tam magna fortuna solus uteretur (92,9-10)