Meaning of disclamation in English:

disclamation

noun

  • 1Scots Law
    historical The disavowal or repudiation of a vassal's obligations to a superior; an instance of this.

  • 2The action of disclaiming; renunciation, repudiation, denial; an instance of this.

Origin

Mid 16th century. From post-classical Latin disclamation-, disclamatio disclaimer, renunciation from disclamat-, past participial stem of disclamare + classical Latin -iō.

Pronunciation

disclamation

/ˌdɪskləˈmeɪʃn/