Definition of Appertain. Meaning of Appertain. Synonyms of Appertain

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Definition of Appertain

Appertain
Appertain Ap`per*tain", v. i. [imp. & p. p. Appertained; p. pr. & vb. n. Appertaining.] [OE. apperteinen, apertenen, OF. apartenir, F. appartenir, fr. L. appertinere; ad + pertinere to reach to, belong. See Pertain.] To belong or pertain, whether by right, nature, appointment, or custom; to relate. Things appertaining to this life. --Hooker. Give it unto him to whom it appertaineth. --Lev. vi. 5.

Meaning of Appertain from wikipedia

- and public properties thereof ... the entire island of Taiwan and all appertaining islands ... Penghu archipelago]. Shiba, Ryōtarō (1995). Taiwan kikō :...
- put an end to, bound, limit) is the form "to which number and person appertain," in other words, those inflected for number and person. Verbs were originally...
- Champion, telling the ring announcer to add an extra note about him appertaining to the current cir****stances around his match—this was generally insulting...
- RAISING and REGULATING of fleets and armies, all [of] which ... would appertain to the legislature. [Emphasis in the original.] In the modern era, pursuant...
- this Realm, whether they be Ecclesiastical or Civil, in all causes doth appertain, and is not, nor ought to be, subject to any foreign Jurisdiction. .....
- . It is not their having a share in the government; that is nothing appertaining unto them. A subject and a sovereign are clean different things." He...
- Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd edition, 1989: "A dealer in small articles appertaining to dress, as thread, tape, ribbons, etc. Collins Dictionary of the English...
- that the West coasts of the main islands appertain to the Atlantic Ocean and all the narrow waters appertain to the Inner Seas, as far as the Butt of...
- writing "In all matters of discovery and invention, even of those that appertain to the imagination, we are continually reminded of the story of Columbus...
- accompanies something else. The word derives from Latin appertinere, "to appertain". In a legal context, an appurtenance refers to a right, privilege, or...
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