Larceny

Lar"ce*ny

(?), n.;
pl. Larcenies (#).
[F. larcin, OE. larrecin, L. latrocinium, fr. latro robber, mercenary, hired servant; cf. Gr. () hired servant. Cf. Latrociny.] (Law) The unlawful taking and carrying away of things personal with intent to deprive the right owner of the same; theft. Cf. Embezzlement.
[1913 Webster]

Grand larceny Petit larceny are distinctions having reference to the nature or value of the property stolen. They are abolished in England. -- Mixed larceny, or Compound larceny, that which, under statute, includes in it the aggravation of a taking from a building or the person. -- Simple larceny, that which is not accompanied with any aggravating circumstances.
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