Latin. n. Right of way, road for cattle, path, cart-track, a foot way and horse way, land measure (120 ft.).
One of the chief rural servitudes of the Roman law, which conferred upon the dominant owner the right of driving cattle or a vehicle along the road or way, burdened with the servitude. It generally included the servitude of mere right of passage, called the jus eundi The right of actus was the jus agendi. Similar to the actus are the Scotch servitudes of Horse road, Coach or Cart road, and Loaning for Cattle.
- n. Act, performance (of play), delivery, action, deed, series sequence, progress.