Definitions

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  • n. kidnapping, especially of a child

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Manstealing; kidnaping.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In civil and Scots law, the crime of stealing men, women, or children, formerly punishable with death.

Etymologies

Latin (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • ‘Pardon me, ’ said Pleydell, ‘it is plagium, and plagium is felony.

    Chapter LVI

  • —They were hanged, but for the murder, not for the plagium.

    Chapter LVI

  • ‘Pardon me,’ said Pleydell, ‘it is plagium, and plagium is felony.’

    Guy Mannering

  • They were hanged, but for the murder, not for the plagium [Footnote: This is, in its circumstances and issue, actually a case tried and reported.] -- Your civil law has carried you a little too far. '

    Guy Mannering, Or, the Astrologer — Volume 02

  • 'Pardon me,' said Pleydell, 'it is plagium, and plagium is felony.'

    Guy Mannering, Or, the Astrologer — Volume 02

  • NEED: articles 400-500 words. unique content (I'll check them in CS, plagium). some samples of your articles.

    Digital Point Forums

  • Before the decision, the management of Mark announced that the song is not plagium, because it was written by the same composer.

    Oikotimes.com RSS Feed

  • Articles are 100% unique (passed CP, plagium and articlechecker), written by a native English speaker, and will only ever be sold once.

    Digital Point Forums

  • (cca 1300 svg) 2009-05-17 19: 29 ver2rev5 added filesystems-box, wild wallpapers. categories removed more pseudo plagium

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