Lat. In the civil law. A false or forged tiling; a fraudulent simulation; afraudulent counterfeit or imitation, such as a forged signature or instrument. Alsofalsification, which may be either by falsehood, concealment of the truth, or fraudulentalteration, as by cutting out or erasing part of a writing.
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