Injure, Iniuria, Maledictum, Probrum.
Injure verbale, Conuitium, Maledictum. B.
Laide injure, Blasphemia.
Laisser l'injure, Concedere iniuriae.
Par injure, Contumeliae causa.
Nulle injure m'a esmeu, Nulla iniuria meipsum pepulit.
Prendre à injure, Accipere ad contumeliam, In contumeliam vertere.
A qui on a fait aiséement injure, Obnoxius iniuriis.
On l'accusoit d'injures, Postulabatur iniuriarum.
Condamné en cas d'injures, Iniuriarum damnatus.
Dire à quelqu'un forces injures, Vexare aliquem maledictis, Onerare aliquem iniuriis.
Reprocher quelque cas par injure, In maledicto vel criminis loco aliquid alicui obiicere.
Recevoir quelque petite injure, Offensiunculam accipere.
Reparer une injure, Expiare iniuriam.
Venger une injure, Soluere iniuriam.
Ne venger point une injure, Concedere iniuriae.
Il faut endurer l'injure des enfans, et la considerer en soy-mesme sans dire mot, Accipiunda et mussitanda iniuria adulescentium est.
Il voudroit que cette injure ne m'eust esté faite, Hanc iniuriam mihi nolit factam esse.
J'ay action d'injure à l'encontre de toy, et une autre à l'encontre de toy Chremes, Vna iniuria est tecum, altera est tecum Chreme.
Faire injure, Iniuriam facere.
Faire injure et desplaisir, Iniuriam iniungere.
Garder qu'aucune injure ne soit faite à aucun, Iniuriae obuiam ire.
Guarir la playe d'une injure faite, Sanare vulnus iniuriae.
Endurer injure, Iniuriam sustinere.
Faire beaucoup d'injures et de tort, Plurimas iniurias alicui imponere.
Appaiser les injures, Leuare iniurias.
Poursuyvre quelques injures, Exequi iniurias.
Ne me dites point d'injure, Bona verba quaeso. B. ex Terentio.
Agir en matiere d'injures, Iniuriarum formulam intendere alicui. Budaeus.
Intenter proces en matiere d'injures, Actionem iniuriarum intendere, Dicam scribere iniuriarum, Arcessere hominem iniuriarum. Bud.
Proces en matiere d'injures, Iudicium iniuriarum. B.

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