Meaning of recordari in English:


Pronunciation /ˌriːkɔːˈdɑːri/


historical Law
  • A writ by which a legal action to recover goods by replevin could be removed to a superior court.


Mid 17th century. From Anglo-Norman recordari, the name of a writ or its etymon post-classical Latin recordari, specific use of classical Latin recordārī, in the post-classical Latin expression recordari facias loquelam you cause the plaint to be recorded, found in the writ.