Definition of Deponent. Meaning of Deponent. Synonyms of Deponent
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Definition of Deponent
DeponentDeponent De*po"nent, n. [L. deponenes, -entis, laying down.
See Depone, v. t.]
1. (Law) One who deposes or testifies under oath; one who
gives evidence; usually, one who testifies in writing.
2. (Gr. & Lat. Gram.) A deponent verb.
Syn: Deponent, Affiant.
Usage: These are legal terms describing a person who makes a
written declaration under oath, with a view to
establish certain facts. An affiant is one who makes
an affidavit, or declaration under oath, in order to
establish the truth of what he says. A deponenet is
one who makes a deposition, or gives written testimony
under oath, to be used in the trial of some case
before a court of justice. See under Deposition.
Meaning of Deponent from wikipedia
- linguistics, a deponent
verb is a verb that is active
its form from a different
voice, most commonly
or p****ive. A deponent
to: A person
a deposition Deponent
verb, a verb active
in meaning, but p****ive or middle
, is usually notified
at the appropriate
time and place
of a subpoena. Frequently
the most desired witness
- is a written sworn statement
of fact voluntarily
made by an affiant
or deponent under
an oath or affirmation administered
by a person authorized
- "in" becomes
from duo and habitō suppletive deponent deponent Contracted
from gnārus and agō Contracted
from port- and sinō Contracted...
- and sequor meaning
"to follow". The verb sequor, sequi, secutus
sum is a deponent
that its p****ive forms
meanings. A non sequitur
is the verb sum, esse "to be". There
also exist deponent
and semi-deponent Latin verbs
(verbs with a p****ive form but active
stem. The present
stem can be found
the -re (-rī in deponent
from the present infinitive
form. The infinitive
of the first...
- counterpart) are called deponent
verbs: ipse in Italiam profectus
est (Caesar) 'he himself
set out for Italy' Although
most deponent verbs
- four windows; deponent
then went into the house
for fear of her life; the windows
were smashed, sashes
and all; they attacked deponent
’s two daughters...
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