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pūpillāris , e, adj. pupillus,
I.of or belonging to an orphan or ward, pupilary: “pecuniae,the money of a ward, Liv. 24, 18 fin.: “actiones,in behalf of orphans, Quint. 12, 6, 1: “aetas,minority, Suet. Aug. 66 fin.: “substitutio,the naming of an heir in case of the death of an orphan, Just. Inst. 2, 16; “hence such a will is called pupillare testamentum,Dig. 28, 6, 2; “or, pupillares tabulae,ib. 28, 6, 36 fin.: “praedium,ib. 27, 9, 13. —Subst.: pūpillāris , is, comm., the heir named in place of a deceased orphan: “substitutus,Dig. 28, 10, 5.—Adv.: pūpillā-rĭter , in place of an orphan: “substituere aliquem,Cod. Just. 6, 30, 20.
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