Puisne

Puisne (i; from Old French puisné, modern puîné, later born, inferior; Lat. postea, afterwards, and natus, born) is a legal term of art used mainly in British English meaning `inferior in rank`. It is pronounced like the word puny. That word, in the anglicized spelling, has become an adjective meaning weak or undersized. The judges and barons.....
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Puisne

• (a.) Younger or inferior in rank; junior; associate; as, a chief justice and three puisne justices of the Court of Common Pleas; the puisne barons of the Court of Exchequer. • (a.) Later in age, time, etc.; subsequent. • (n.) One who is younger, or of inferior rank; a junior; esp., a judge of inferior rank. • (a.) Puny; petty;...
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Puisne

Puis'ne (pū'nȳ) adjective [ See Puny .] 1. Later in age, time, etc.; subsequent. [ Obsolete] ' A puisne date to eternity.' Sir M. Hale. 2. Puny; petty; unskilled. [ Obsolete] 3. (Law) Younger or inferior in rank; junior; associate; as,...
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Puisne

Puis'ne noun One who is younger, or of inferior rank; a junior; esp., a judge of inferior rank. « It were not a work for puisnes and novices.» Bp. Hall.
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puisne

inferior in rank; later; junior
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