Sine prole

Lit. 'without issue'. The Latin law term used to state that a man died without a 'male heir of his body'.

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  • sine prole — ˌsīnēˈprōˌlā, ˌsin , nə̇ˈp ; ˌsi](ˌ)nāˈprō(ˌ)lā, ˌsē], ]nēˈp , ]nə̇ˈp adverb Etymology: Latin : without issue died sine prole in his 80th year * * * /suy nee proh lee, sin ay/, Law. without offspring or progeny: to die sine prole. [ < L] * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • sine prole — [sī′nē prō′lē] adj. [L] Law without offspring; childless …   English World dictionary

  • sine prole — /suy nee proh lee, sin ay/, Law. without offspring or progeny: to die sine prole. [ < L] * * * …   Universalium

  • sine prole — /sayniy prowliy/ Without issue. Used in genealogical tables, and often abbreviated into s.p …   Black's law dictionary

  • sine prole — Without issue …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • obiit sine prole — /sīnˈē prōˈlē or sinˈe prōˈle/ Died without issue • • • Main Entry: ↑obiit …   Useful english dictionary

  • defunctus sine prole — dead without (leaving) issue …   Black's law dictionary

  • mortuus sine prole — /mortyuwas sayniy prowliy/ Dead without issue. In genealogical tables often abbreviated to m.s.p …   Black's law dictionary

  • obit sine prole — /owbat sayniy prowliy/ [He] died without issue …   Black's law dictionary

  • mortuus sine prole — Dead without issue …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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