Vadimony

Vad"i*mo*ny

(?), n. [L. vadimonium.] (Law) A bond or pledge for appearance before a judge on a certain day. [Obs.]
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Va"di*um

(?), n. [LL., from L. vas, vadis, bail.] (Law) Pledge; security; bail. See Mortgage.
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Vadium vivum [LL.] (Law), a living pledge, which exists where an estate is granted until a debt is paid out of its proceeds.
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