Definition of Infortiatum in English:

Infortiatum

noun

  • The middle portion of the Pandects of Justinian, as it was divided and copied in the medieval MS tradition, extending from Book xxiv, title 3, to the end of Book xxxviii.

Origin

Early 18th century. From post-classical Latin infortiatum, use as noun of neuter of infortiatus enforced, strengthened, past participle of infortiare. Compare French infortiat.

Pronunciation

Infortiatum

/ɪnˌfɔːtɪˈɑːtəm/