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From Latin crīmen (“verdict; adultery; crime”).
- (religion) An impediment to marriage in the canon law of the Roman Catholic Church, preventing the marriage of people who had murdered an existing spouse in order to remarry (even without committing adultery).
- A judicial decision, verdict, judgment or judgement.
- An object of reproach, invective.
- An object representing a crime.
- A cause of a crime; criminal.
- The crime of lewdness; adultery.
- (in respect to the accuser) A charge, accusation, reproach; calumny, slander.
- (in respect to the accused) The fault one is accused of; crime, misdeed, offence, fault.
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From Latin crīmen (“verdict; crime”).
crimen m (plural crímenes)
- delito m