indult definition by Webster's New World
Origin: ; from Ecclesiastical Medieval Latin indultum ; from Late Latin indulgence, favor ; from neuter of Classical Latin indultus, past participle of indulgere, indulge
indult definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun Roman Catholic Church
Origin: Middle English, from Medieval Latin indultum, from Late Latin, concession, gift, from Latin indultum, neuter past participle of indulgēre, to be kind.