\lˈa͡ɪmnɑːt͡ʃə], \lˈaɪmnɑːtʃə], \l_ˈaɪ_m_n_ɑː_tʃ_ə]\
Definitions of LIMENARCHA
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In Roman law. An officer who had charge of a harbor or port. Dig. f>0. 4, 18, 10; Cod. 7, 1G, 38. LIMIT, v. To mark out; to define; to fix the extent of. Thus, to limit an estate means to mark out or to deline the period of its duration, and the words employed in deeds for this purpose are thence termed "words of limitation," and the act itself is termed "limiting the estate." Brown. LIMIT, n. A bound; a restraint; a circumscription ; a boundary. Casler v. Connecticut Mut. L. Ins. Co., 22 N. Y. 420.
By Henry Campbell Black