Just as a jury vows to render an impartial verdict and a witness vows to tell the truth under the threat of perjury, “those who renounce their past habits” swear to them. Abjuure (as well as jury and perjury) comes from the Latin jurare, which means “to swear” (and this in turn on the root jus, which means “law”), plus the prefix ab-, which means “far away”. Nowadays, we can casually renounce various vices (i.e. abstain), but in the 15th and 16th centuries, the renunciation of something was under oath and sometimes a matter of life and death. For example, during the Spanish Inquisition, individuals had the choice to renounce unacceptable beliefs and be burned at the stake. renounce, renounce, swear, revoke, withdraw, withdraw, withdraw one`s word or profess one`s faith. The oath implies a firm and definitive rejection or abandonment, often under oath. Middle English abjuren, borrowed from Anglo-French and medieval Latin; The Anglo-French juror, borrowed from the medieval Latin abj”rÄre, “reject, renounce (a right or claim), swear to stay away”, back in Latin, “deny the knowledge of the false oath, reject”, from ab- + jÅ”rÄre “swear” – plus at the entrance of the jury 1 Expresiones cortas frecuentes: 1-400, 401-800, 801-1200 may have renounced the meaning of rejecting or denying. Retraction emphasizes the withdrawal or denial of something that is confessed or taught.

Revocation applies to the revocation of a promise, offer or charge. Forswear can add an implication of perjury or betrayal. Theme music by Joshua Stamper ©2006 New Jerusalem Music/ASCAP Resultados: 123. Exactos: 123. Tiempo de respuesta: 146 ms.