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Interpreter : or, Booke containing the signification of words. Wherein is set forth the true meaning of all, or the most part of such words and termes, as are mentioned in the law writers, or statutes of this victorious and renowned kingdome, requiring any exposition of interpretation...
(London : Printed for William Sheares, 1637, 1637)
Nomo-lexikon : a law dictionary, interpreting such difficult and obscure words and terms, as are found either in our common or statute, ancient or modern lawes. With references to the several statutes, records, registers, law-books, charters, ancient deeds, and manuscripts, wherein the words are used: and etymologies, where they properly occur
(Imprint In the Savoy [London] : Printed by Tho. Newcomb for John Martin and Henry Herringman, at the Sign of the Bell in St. Pauls Churchyard, and a little without Temple-Bar, and in the New Exchange, 1670., 1670)
Interpreter, or Booke containing the signification of words...
(At Cambridge : Printed by Iohn Legate, Anno 1607, 1607)
Les termes de la ley : or, certain difficult and obscure words and terms of the common laws and statutes of this realm now in use expounded and explained.
(London : Printed by John Streater, James Flesher, and Henry Twyford, Assigns of Richard Atkins and Edward Atkins, Esquires And are to be sold by George Sawbridge, John Place, John Bellinger, William Place, Thomas Buffet, Robert Pawlet, Christopher Wilkinson, Thomas Dring, William Jacob, Allan Banks, Ch. Harper, John Amery, John Pool, John Leigh..., 1671)
Originally composed in law-french, 1527, with a Latin title "Expositiones terminoru legum angloru ...." Published in 1567 in law-french and English with title "Exposicions of the termes of the lawes of England ...." ...
De verborum significatione : the exposition of the termes and difficill wordes, conteined in the foure buiks of Regiam Maiestatem, and uthers, in the acts of Parliament, infeftments, and used in practicque of this realme, and with divers rules, and common places, or principals of the lawes
(London : Printed by E.G., 1641, 1641)