Definition of remanet in English:

remanet

noun

  • 1A remainder, residue; something left over. Chiefly formal or technical.

  • 2A cause or suit of which the hearing is postponed to another day or term.

Origin

Early 16th century. From post-classical Latin remanet remainder, use as noun of classical Latin remanet, 3rd singular present indicative of remanēre remain. Compare earlier remanant, remanent, remainant, remainder, remnant.

Pronunciation

remanet

/ˈrɛmənɛt/