Ne Temere

Ne Temere Ne Te"me*re [So named from L. ne not + temere rashly, the first two words in the decree.] (R. C. Ch.) A decree of the Congregation of the Council declaring invalid [so far as the laws of the Roman Catholic Church are concerned] any marriage of a Roman Catholic, or of a person who has ever been a Roman Catholic, if not contracted before a duty qualified priest (or the bishop of the diocese) and at least two witnesses. The decree was issued Aug. 2, 1907, and took effect on Easter Apr. 19, 1908. The decree by its terms does not affect mixed marriages (those between Roman Catholics and persons of another faith) in Germany. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • Temĕre — (v. lat.), muthwillig. Temĕre litĭgans, muthwilliger Streiter. Temerär, unbesonnen, unbedachtsam, keck, tollkühn. Temerität, Unbesonnenheit, Verwegenheit, Muthwille …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • temere — /te mere/ [lat. timēre ] (io témo, ecc.). ■ v. tr. 1. a. [provare timore di fronte a ciò che può essere considerato dannoso, pericoloso e sim., anche seguito da prop. oggettiva esplicita o implicita: t. il licenziamento ; temo di essere… …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • temere — te·mé·re v.tr. e intr. (io témo, tèmo) FO 1a. v.tr., provare paura, timore, apprensione nei confronti di qcs. o di qcn. oppure al pensiero di un evento spiacevole, dannoso o pericoloso: temere la morte, temere qualche disgrazia, temere il peggio …   Dizionario italiano

  • temere — {{hw}}{{temere}}{{/hw}}A v. tr.  (pres. io temo ; pass. rem. io temei  o temetti , tu temesti ) 1 Provare una sensazione di timore o turbamento aspettando che avvenga qlco. di spiacevole o che si vorrebbe evitare: temere la morte, il castigo;… …   Enciclopedia di italiano

  • temere — A v. tr. 1. paventare (lett.), avere paura CONTR. affrontare, sfidare 2. sospettare, dubitare, subodorare, supporre, presupporre, prevedere CONTR. fidarsi, confidare, essere certo 3. riverire, rispettare, onorare □ …   Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • temere — /tamiriy/ In the civil law, rashly; inconsiderately. A plaintiff was said temere litigare who demanded a thing out of malice, or sued without just cause, and who could show no ground or cause of action …   Black's law dictionary

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  • temere — Rashly; by chance; accidentally …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Ne Temere — (literally meaning not rashly in Latin) was a decree (named for its opening words) of the Roman Catholic Congregation of the Council regulating the canon law of the Church about marriage for practising Roman Catholics. The notable effect of the… …   Wikipedia

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