Aliment

Aliment, in Scots law and in other civil systems, is the sum paid or allowance given in respect of the reciprocal obligation of parents and children, husband and wife, grandparents and grandchildren, to contribute to each other`s maintenance. The term is also used in regard to a similar obligation of other parties, as of creditors to imprisoned d....
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aliment

(al´ә-ment) food; nutritive material.
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Aliment

• (v. t.) To nourish; to support. • (n.) That which nourishes; food; nutriment; anything which feeds or adds to a substance in natural growth. Hence: The necessaries of life generally: sustenance; means of support. • (v. t.) To provide for the maintenance of. • (n.) An allowance for maintenance.
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Aliment

Al'i·ment noun [ Latin alimentum , from alere to nourish; akin to Goth. alan to grow, Icelandic ala to nourish: confer French aliment . See Old .] 1. That which nourishes; food; nutriment; anything which feeds or adds to a substance in natural growth...
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Aliment

Al'i·ment transitive verb 1. To nourish; to support. 2. To provide for the maintenance of. [ Scot.]
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aliment

a source of materials to nourish the body
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Aliment

In Scottish law, aliment is the maintenance of children and other persons who are entitled to claim on the grounds of relationship or marriage.
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aliment

In sensorimotor theory, that which is assimilated to a schema; analogous to a stimulus. ... Synonym: nourishment. ... Origin: L. Alo, to nourish ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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aliment

Type: Term Pronunciation: al′i-ment Definitions: 1. In sensorimotor theory, that which is assimilated to a schema; analogous to a stimulus. Synonyms: nourishment
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