hemul

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Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Swedish hemol(d), hemol(d) ("that which is one's due"). Derived from hem (home).

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hemul

  1. (archaic) Rightful, proper, especially in legal matters.
    Det var en mycket hemul bodelning.
    "It was a very proper division of property."

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Noun[edit]

hemul c

  1. (law) The obligation for a seller to prove ownership of the object to be sold.
  2. (archaic) Proof of the correctness of a statement or piece of information.

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