Definition of Copatron

1. a fellow patron [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Copatron

copartments
copartner
copartnered
copartneries
copartnering
copartners
copartnership
copartnerships
copartnery
copasetic
copastor
copastors
copatain
copatriot
copatriots
copatron (current term)
copatrons
copay
copaying
copayment
copayments
copays
copd
cope
cope chisel
cope chisels
cope with
copeck
copecks
coped

Literary usage of Copatron

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1. Roman Private Law in the Times of Cicero and of the Antonines by Henry John Roby (1902)
"... cancelled without proving fraud, but if made to a son is not revoked, being within the freed- man's rights ; if made to a copatron, he has to share it. ..."

2. Pandectae Justinianeae, in novum ordinem digestae: cum legibus Codicis et by Robert Joseph Pothier, Daniel Jousse (1822)
"(2) II faut supposer que son copatron a o'te' passe' sous silence, ... la portion qu'a répudie» «on copatron qui a etc passe' sous silence, quoique, etc. ..."

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