Coire-licet meaning

(Ancient Roman history and law) The requirement of a grant bestowing right of assembly and allowing the formation of a collegium under the Roman Empire.
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Origin of coire-licet

  • Latin: coīre (“to assemble”, “to come together”, present active indicative form of coeō, “I assemble”, “I come together”) + licet (“it is permitted”) = “it is permitted [for a group] to assemble”.
    From Wiktionary