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27-10-2016, 13:04   #1
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Latin dispensations

A good suggestion by KildareFan to put all Latin translations here (not of names but sentences on parish registers relating to dispensations, impediments, etc).

Here is one from the marriage of Alice Lacey/John Butler.

dispensatione ab impedimento disparitatis cultus a S. sede JB [the inititials of the celebrant]

A loose translation is dispensation from the impediment of disparity of cult by the Holy See [i.e. the Vatican] - see application for dispensation here http://ossory.ie/2010/10/application...arity-of-cult/

The disparity of cult marriage is between a baptised catholic and non baptised person - e.g. jewish.

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27-10-2016, 13:29   #2
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Link to diocese is broken
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Any idea what 'cordem loco' might mean on a marriage registration. His home address was given, hers was 'cordem loco'.
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Can you post a link to the page? Loco means place, cordem means heart...
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27-10-2016, 17:41   #5
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Here's a list of latin terms - not exhaustive [culled from various sources!]
Latin term/ English Translation/ Abbr
ætatis age at
afinitatus related through an earlier marriage of the two families
altera die on the next day
anno aetatis suae died in the year of his age, e.g.., a.a.s. 24 aas
anno domini in the year of the Lord
anno incarnationis in the year (since/of) the incarnation of the Lord
anno regni year of reign ar
annus bissextus leap year
ante meridiem before noon (a.m.) a.m.
atque (variant of "ac") and, and also atq.
banni, proclamentiones marriage banns
baptisatus christened
Baptisavi Michaeli, filium legitimum Patricus Daly et Ellena Mahony de Courtmacsherry. Sponsoribus Johannes Doyle, Marian Shea. I baptised Michael, legitimate son of Patrick Daly and Ellen Driscoll of Courtmacsherry. Godparents John Doyle and Mary Shea.
biduum space of two days, two-day period
circa about, approximately c
civitas city civit
cognomen surname
comitis count c
Confirmati confirmed Ch
consanguinati blood related
cras tomorrow
decessit sine prole died without issue (children)[2] dsp
decessit sine prole legitima died without legitimate issue (children)[2] dspl
decessit sine prole mascula died without male issue (sons)[2] dspm
decessit sine prole mascula legitima died without legitimate male issue (sons) dspml
decessit sine prole mascula superstite died without surviving male issue (living sons)[2] dspms
decessit sine prole superstite died without surviving issue (living children)[2] dsps
decessit sine prole virilli died without male issue (sons)[2] dspv
decessit vita matris died in the lifetime of the mother dvm
decessit vita patris died in the lifetime of the father dvp
Defuncti died +
die sequenti on the following day
die vero this very day
disparati cultus disparity of cult
Dispentatis ab impedimente Dispensation from impediment
Dispentatis ab impedimente disparati cultus a S. Sede Dispensation from impediment of disparity of cult by Holy See
dominica, dies dominuca, dominicus, dies Solis, feria prima Sunday
ejusdem die of the same day
eo tempore at this time
eodem loco same place
eodem anno in the same year
eodem die on the same day
eodem mense in the same month
et cætera and also &c
feria quarta, dies Mercurii Wednesday
feria quinta, dies Jovis Thursday
feria secunda, dies Lunae Monday
feria septima, sabbatum, dies sabbatinus, dies Saturni Saturday
feria sexta, dies Veneris Friday
feria tertia, dies Martis Tuesday
filia daughter
filium/us son
hodie today
In matrimonium conjunxi sunt Cornelius Crowley et Honoria Hayes, de Garranes. Testimonium: Thaddeus Buckley, Brigidam Lorigan. Cornelius Crowley and Nora Hayes of Garranes were joined in matrimony. Witnesses Tim Buckley and Bridget Lorigan.
in secundus grado first cousins
in tertius grado second cousins
legitimum legitimate
longo tempore for a long time
mane in the morning
maritus, conjux husband
Mater Mother
Matrimonis Juncti joined in marriage J
matrimonium, copulatio, copulati, conjuncti marriage
meridie noon
mortuus sine prole died without offspring (children)[3] msp
natus birth
natus or nata born[1] na
nocte at night
nomen firstname
nudius tertius three days earlier
nunc dies tertius three days earlier
nunc temporis of the present time
obiit died, followed by the date[4] ob
obiit (or obit) sine prole died without issue (children)[4] osp or ob.s.p.
parentes parents
Pater Father
perendie day after tomorrow
pomerid after noon (p.m.) p.m.
post meridiem after noon (p.m.) p.m.
postridie on the day after, a day later
pridie the day before
Prima vice Communicates first communion P
pro tempore for (at) the time
quondam deceased, the late q.
S Sede Holy See
Sanctus Sede Holy See
sine legitima prole died without legitimate issue (children)[5] slp
sine mascula prole died without male issue (sons)[5] smp
sine prole without issue (children)[5] sp
sine prole legitima died without legitimate issue (children)[5] spl
sine prole mascula died without male issue (sons)[5] spm
sine prole superstite without surviving issue (children)[5] sps
sponsores/sponsoribus godparents sp/ss
susceptores sponsors (godparents) sp/ss
testimonium witnesses
triduum space of three days, three-day period
tunc temporis of former time
uxor, marita, conjux wife
vespere in the evening

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28-10-2016, 10:03   #6
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Possibly the best source for help on Latin is the Familysearch page here . It has details on sentence construction and a list of words/abbreviations at the end of the page.
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Any idea what 'cordem loco' might mean on a marriage registration. His home address was given, hers was 'cordem loco'.
The word possibly is eadem not cordem. (Eadem = the same, Loco = place).
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The word possibly is eadem not cordem. (Eadem = the same, Loco = place).
yes - eodem loco means same place. I've inserted the term in my list above.
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Apologies for not replying-I completely forgot that I asked for an explanation.
Here is the link

http://www.census.nationalarchives.i..._Quay/1284986/
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Apologies for not replying-I completely forgot that I asked for an explanation.
Here is the link

http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy..../0945340011476

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Apologies for not replying-I completely forgot that I asked for an explanation.
Here is the link

http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy..../0945340011476
It is ‘eodem loco’ – meaning she also is from Harold’s Cross. (first entry on RHS.)
Ricardus Bennett de Harold’s Cross filius Patricii et uxori ejus Anna, et Maria Fitzmaurice de eodem loco, filia Edwardii et uxori ejus Julia ; Testibus Patricio Doyle et Brigida Smyth
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Richard Bennett of Harold’s Cross son of Patrick and his wife Anna, and Maria Fitzmaurice of the same place, daughter of Edward and his wife Julia ; Witnesses Patrick Doyle and Brigid Smyth.
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pedroeibar1 -That's a mystery finally resolved. Thank you.

Is her name Fitzmaurice or Fitzsimmons?
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pedroeibar1 -That's a mystery finally resolved. Thank you.

Is her name Fitzmaurice or Fitzsimmons?
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pedroeibar1 -That's a mystery finally resolved. Thank you.

Is her name Fitzmaurice or Fitzsimmons?
Fitzsimmons - a duh! moment, I'd been reading about a Fitzmaurice and a Fitzgibbon earlier, Freudian slip.
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Thanks again-that would have set off a whole new chain of events!
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