ferae naturae

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin ferus and natura, therefore meaning 'of a wild nature'.

Adjective[edit]

ferae naturae (comparative more ferae naturae, superlative most ferae naturae)

  1. not domesticated, wild.
  2. (law) applied to undomesticated animals which no one can legally claim as their property.

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