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Definition of Deponed

Deponed
Depone De*pone" (d[-e]*p[=o]n"), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Deponed (-p[=o]nd"); p. pr. & vb. n. Deponing.] [L. deponere, depositum, to put down, in LL., to assert under oath; de- + ponere to put, place. See Position, and cf. Deposit.] 1. To lay, as a stake; to wager. [Obs.] --Hudibras. 2. To lay down. [R.] --Southey. 3. To assert under oath; to depose. [A Scotticism] Sprot deponeth that he entered himself thereafter in conference. --State Trials(1606).

Meaning of Deponed from wikipedia

- Clovis was baptised, he was referred to as a Sicamber with the words "Mitis depone colla, Sicamber, adora quod incendisti, incendi quod adorasti." The Chronicle...
- aufer, take) indicating that the player takes one from the pool, D (Lat. depone, put down) when a fine has to be paid, N (Lat. nihil, nothing), and T (Lat...
- A, D, N and T form a mnemonic for the rules of the game, aufer (take), depone (put), nihil (nothing), and totum (all). Similarly, the Hebrew letters on...
- anglicised forms such as "I" rather than "A", and "and" instead of "an": "I depone aat I wull be leal and bear ae full alleadgance tae her majesty Queen Elizabeth...
- he quotes from "The Dead Drummer": "now one Mr Jones comes forth and depones…". In Patrick Leigh Fermor's A Time of Gifts, Chapter 11 "The Marches of...
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- ****embly, on a second-lecture of the law project (ENL), Patrick Ollier deponed again one amendment against the 20% quota of social apartments (logements...
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- him, and continue his imprisonment so long, because he had not freedom to depone upon the libel, the reasons wherefore he could not, being not only from...
- articles of the libel. He testified to having conducted a marriage: he "deponed that he married Alexander Campbell, in Calder's-land, with Lilias Dunbar...