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Ecclesia

Εκκλησία

Church, congregation, house of worship, chapel, temple

Edico

Κηρύττω, ορίζω

Declare, proclaim, pronounce, preach, appoint, determine, assign

Edictum

Διάταγμα, παράγγελμα

Decree, enactment, edict, order, command, commandment, precept

Effectum

Αποτέλεσμα

Result, verdict, judgment, conclusion, isssue, aftermath, eventuality, decision, effect, outcome, upshot, determination, aftereffect

Electio

Εκλογή, διορισμός

Election, selection by vote, nomination, designation, poll, balloting, voting, choice, appointment, assignment, commissioning, deputation, post, office, station

Elimatio

κάθαρση

Purification, catharsis, expiation, atonement, purgation

Eloco

Εκμισθώνω, ενοικιάζω

Let/hire/rent (out), lease, demise, engage, sublet, subrent, sublease, convey, grant

Emancipatio

Χειραφέτηση, εκποίηση

Emancipation, liberation, unfettering, unbridling, suffrage, self-government, liberty, manumission, sale, clearance, auction

Emancipo

Χειραφετώ

Emancipate, release, liberate

Emissio

Εκπομπή

Emission, ejection, throwing out, expulsion, transmission, issuance, projection

Emo

Αγοράζω

Purchase, buy, invest, bargain, redeem

Emolumentum

Ωφέλεια, κέρδος

Profit, gain, benefit, fruit, privilege, interest, utilization, plus, convenience, utility

Eromidicion

Ερημοδικία, ερήμην

Default judgment, by default, in absentia

Ereptio

Αρπαγή, σύλληψη

Plunder, looting, seizing, grip, snatch, pillage, foray

Erratio

Πλάνη

Misinterpretation, distortion, illusion, error, fallacy, falsehood, hallucination, mistake, flaw, misstatement, misconstruction, missaprehension

Erro

Πλανώμαι, σφάλλομαι

Err, fall into error, miscalculate, lapse into error, go astray, transgress, misjudge, misinterpret, wander, blunder, hallucinate

Error

Πλάνη, σφάλμα

See eratio

Eventum

Συμβάν

Event, occurrence, episode, occasion, deed, fact, incident, outcome, transaction, circumstance, happening

Evoco

Καλώ

Call, summon, send for, ask, invite, require, petition, appeal, adjure, entreat, solicit

Ex

Από, εξ, κατά

From, by, than, to, since, for, out of, through, with, off against, versus, counter, contra, adverse to

Ex contrario

Απεναντίας, αντίθετα

On the contrary, contrary, opposite, opposed to, in conflict with, against, in opposition to, conflicting, contrasting, discordant, countervailing

Ex eo

Εκ τούτου

Therefore, consequently, thus, hence, on that account, accordingly, on that ground

Ex nunc

Για το μέλλον

For the future

Ex post

Εκ των υστέρων

A posteriori, following in the consequence of

Ex tunc

Για το παρελθόν

For the past

Exemplum

Παράδειγμα

Example, instance

Examinator

Ανακριτής

Examiner, investigator, magistrate, questioner, inquisitor, auditor, inspector

Exceptio

Ένσταση, παραγραφή

Objection, plea, rebuttal, refutation, expostulation, exception, statutory limitation, prescription, lapse

Exclusio

Εξαίρεση

Exception, exemption, foreclosure, challenge

Excusatio

Απολογία, συγνώμη

Defence, plea, excuse, explanation, vindication, pardon, mitigation

Excuisator

Απολογούμενος

Pleader, defender

Excusio

Δίζηση

Excussion, discussion, diversion, debate

Excuso

Απολογούμαι

Defend, plead, answer, apologise, excuse

Exerceo

Ασκώ δικαιοσύνη

Apply the law, administer justice, despence justice

Exercitor

Ο ασκών

Minister, delegate

Existimatio

Γνώμη, τιμή

Opinion, determination, pronouncement, surmise, view, persuasion, estimation, standpoint, price, value, figure

Expensa

Δαπάνη, έξοδο

Expense, outlay, cost, price, disbursement, consideration, expenditure, fee, charge

Expensum

Δαπάνη, έξοδο

See expensa

Expostuatio

Μομφή, τιμωρία

Punishment, fine, penalty, deprivation, retribution, reproach, censure, blame criticism, condemnation, denunciation, reproof, animadversion, castigation, admonition

Exsecutor

Εκτελεστής

Executor, fiduciary, personal/legal representative administrator, executioner, executant, performer

Exsilium

Εξορία, απέλαση

Exile, banishment, eviction, deportation, ostracism, expatriation, expulsion

Extraordinarius

Έκτακτος

Extraordinary, unconventional, remarkable, uncommon, irregular, rare, outstanding, unparelleled, exceptional, matchless, surpassing, out of the ordinary, astonishing