(third-person singular simple present amits, present participle amitting, simple past and past participle amitted)
- 1848, Alexander Duff, Commentaries on the recent statutes relative to conveyancing:
- […] and in the event of the said O. H. failing so to complete his title and grant entry to the petitioner, or to shew reasonable cause why he delays or refuses so to do, to find and declare that the said G. H. has forfeited and amitted all right to the said superiority […]
OriginSee also: ámít
Latin amitto (“I lose, I send away”).