What is INFANS?

Lat. In the civil law. A child under the age of seven years; so called “quasi impos fanili,” (as not having the faculty of speech.) Cod. Theodos, 8. 18, 8. Infans non multum a furioso distat. An infant does not differ much from a lunatic. Bract. I. 3, c. 2,

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