BENEFICIUM (BENEFICE)

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Латинский словарь средневековых философских терминов. . 1998.

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  • bénéfice — [ benefis ] n. m. • 1198; lat. beneficium « bienfait », de bene « bien » et facere « faire » I ♦ 1 ♦ Avantage. Le bénéfice de l âge. ⇒ privilège. Laissons lui le bénéfice du doute. Quel bénéfice avez vous à mentir ? AU BÉNÉFICE DE : au profit de …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • benefice — Benefice, Beneficium. Recevoir un benefice ou bien fait, Accipere beneficium, Habere beneficium ab aliquo. Intrus en un benefice, Grassatus in possessionem beneficij. Benefices tombez en deport, Sacerdotia quae in causam caduci cesserunt.… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • Benefice — • Popularly the term is often understood to denote either certain property destined for the support of ministers of religion, or a spiritual office or function, such as the care of souls Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Benefice      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Benefice — Ben e*fice, n. [F. b[ e]n[ e]fice, L. beneficium, a kindness, in LL. a grant of an estate, fr. L. beneficus beneficent; bene well + facere to do. See {Benefit}.] [1913 Webster] 1. A favor or benefit. [Obs.] Baxter. [1913 Webster] 2. (Feudal Law)… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • benefice — c.1300, a church living, from O.Fr. benefice (13c.) and directly from L. beneficium a favor, service, generosity, kindness, benefit, from beneficus generous, kind, benevolent, obliging, from bene (see BENE (Cf. bene )) + ficus, from stem of… …   Etymology dictionary

  • benefice — [ben′ə fis] n. [ME < OFr < ML beneficium < L, a kindness, service, promotion < BENEFIC] 1. land held by a feudal tenant for services rendered the owner 2. an endowed church office providing a living for a vicar, rector, etc. 3. its… …   English World dictionary

  • Bénéfice — (fr., spr. Benefis), 1) so v.w. Beneficium; bes. 2) (Beneficevorstellung), Vorstellung, deren Ertrag, nach Abzug der Kosten, einem Schauspieler od. einer Schauspielerin (beide Beneficianten) zu Gute kommt. Garantirtes B., wenn die Direction eine… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • benefice d'inventaire — Bénéfice d inventaire A term which corresponds to the beneficium inventarii of Roman law, and substantially to the English law doctrine that the executor properly accounting is only liable to the extent of the assets received by him …   Black's law dictionary

  • benefice — ► NOUN ▪ a Church office whereby a member of the clergy receives accommodation and income in return for pastoral duties. ORIGIN Latin beneficium favour, support , from bene facere do good …   English terms dictionary

  • benefice — /ben euh fis/, n., v., beneficed, beneficing. n. 1. a position or post granted to an ecclesiastic that guarantees a fixed amount of property or income. 2. the revenue itself. 3. the equivalent of a fief in the early Middle Ages. v.t. 4. to invest …   Universalium

  • Benefice — A benefice is a reward received in exchange for services rendered and as a retainer for future services. The term is now almost obsolete. Girolamo and cardinal Marco Corner investing Marco, abbot of Carrara, with his benefice, Titian, ca 1520… …   Wikipedia

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