°scandalum, 1, n., stumblingblock, cause of offence, L. 17:1; Ap. 2:14.

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  • Scandalum magnatum — Scan da*lum mag*na tum [L., scandal of magnates.] (Law) A defamatory speech or writing published to the injury of a person of dignity; usually abbreviated scan. mag. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Scandălum magnātum — (lat.), englisches Gesetz gegen schimpfliche u. ehrenrührige Reden über hohe Personen, wie königliche Prinzen, Peers u. hohe Kronbeamten; wurde durch das Gesetz über Preßfreiheit unter Georg III. großentheils aufgehoben …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • scandalum magnatum — index stigma Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • scandalum magnatum — The slander of great men. The term was used in early English law to designate words spoken in derogation of a peer, a judge, or other great officer of the realm. Such slander was considered a more heinous offense than the slander of a common… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • scandalum — scan·da·lum …   English syllables

  • scandalum magnatum — /sk&ndalam maegneytam/ In English law, scandal or slander of great men or nobles. Words spoken in derogation of a peer, a judge, or other great officer of the realm, for which an action lies, though it is now rarely resorted to. 3 Bl.Comm. 123.… …   Black's law dictionary

  • scandalum magnatum — …   Useful english dictionary

  • scan.mag — scandalum magnatum defamatory expressions against a person of position …   Latin abbreviations

  • Privilege of Peerage — The Privilege of Peerage is the body of special privileges belonging to members of the British Peerage, and is distinct from Parliamentary privilege, which applies to only those peers serving in the House of Lords and the members of the House of… …   Wikipedia

  • scandale — [ skɑ̃dal ] n. m. • XIIe; bas lat. scandalum, gr. skandalon « obstacle, pierre d achoppement » A ♦ Relig. 1 ♦ Occasion de péché créée par la personne qui incite les autres à se détourner de Dieu; le péché commis par la personne qui incite et par… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • esclandre — [ ɛsklɑ̃dr ] n. m. • v. 1320, « rumeur scandaleuse »; var. escande, escandle, forme pop., du lat. scandalum → scandale 1 ♦ (1353) Vx Accident fâcheux, attaque, rixe. 2 ♦ (XV e, puis fin XVIIIe) Mod. Manifestation orale, bruyante et scandaleuse,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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