peculium

Latin, meaning: a bit of money, a small property
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Peculium

Pe·cu'li·um noun [ Latin See Peculiar .] 1. (Rom. Law) The saving of a son or a slave with the father's or master's consent; a little property or stock of one's own; any exclusive personal or separate property. Burrill. 2. A special fund for private and per...
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Peculium

• (n.) The saving of a son or a slave with the father`s or master`s consent; a little property or stock of one`s own; any exclusive personal or separate property. • (n.) A special fund for private and personal uses.
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peculium

(from the article `slavery`) ...Ch`ing China, medieval Spain, and the northern Nigerian emirates, slaves had the right of property ownership. Some places, such as Rome, allowed ... There was considerable variation among societies as to whether a slave was allowed to accumulate property that he might keep after manumission. One ... [2...
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peculium

peculium 1. In Roman law: The property which a father allowed his child, or a master allowed his slave, to hold as his own. 2. A private or exclusive possession, property, or appurtenance.
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peculium

private property; especially when given by father to son
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