semel furibundus, semper furibundus praesumitur

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Latin[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (Classical) IPA(key): /ˈse.mel fu.riˈbun.dus ˈsem.per fu.riˈbun.dus prae̯ˈsuː.mi.tur/, [ˈs̠ɛmɛɫ̪ fʊrɪˈbʊn̪d̪ʊs̠ ˈs̠ɛmpɛr fʊrɪˈbʊn̪d̪ʊs̠ präe̯ˈs̠uːmɪt̪ʊr]
  • (Ecclesiastical) IPA(key): /ˈse.mel fu.riˈbun.dus ˈsem.per fu.riˈbun.dus preˈsu.mi.tur/, [ˈsɛːmel furiˈbun̪d̪us ˈsɛmper furiˈbun̪d̪us preˈs̬uːmit̪ur]

Phrase[edit]

semel furibundus, semper furibundus praesūmitur

  1. (law) Once shown to be insane, always presumed to be insane.