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fĭdĕ-jŭbĕo (also separately fide ju-beo ), jussi, jussum, 2, v. n. fides, jurid. t. t., be surety or bail, to give or go bail for any one: “filiusfamilias pro patre poterit fidejubere,Dig. 46, 1, 10: “servus inscio domino pro quodam fidejusserat et eo nomine pecuniam solverat,ib. 19; Ambros. de Tob. 12, 59.—Separate: “fidejussores et ita interrogantur: ID FIDE TVA ESSE IVBES?Dig. 45, 1, 75, § 6; cf. Gai. Inst. 3, 115: “quare scias, quodcumque ab ea ex hac causa stipulatus fueris, id me mea fide jussisse,ib. 17, 1, 60.—Pass. impers.: “pro quibus fidejussum est,Dig. 46, 1, 2: “qui fidejusserit,ib. 46, 3, 38 fin.
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