Cestus

Ces"tus

, n. [L. caestus, and cestus.] (Antiq.) A covering for the hands of boxers, made of leather bands, and often loaded with lead or iron.
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Ces"tuy

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Ces"tui

(?), } pron. [Norm. F.] (Law) He; the one.
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Cestuy que trust () [norm. F.], a person who has the equitable and beneficial interest in property, the legal interest in which is vested in a trustee. Wharton. -- Cestuy que use () [Norm. F.], a person for whose use land, etc., is granted to another.
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