Definition of adeem in English:

adeem

verb

Law
  • with object To make ineffective (a specific bequest in a will) by the sale or disposal of the property specifically bequeathed before the death of the testator.

Origin

Late 18th century. From classical Latin adimere to remove, take away from ad- + emere to take, with the second syllable remodelled after redeem.

Pronunciation:

adeem

/əˈdiːm/