Latin. I have granted. It was frequently used when deeds and other conveyances were written in Latin. It is a word of general extent, and is said to amount to a grant, feoffment, lease, release, and the like. It has been held that this word in a feoffment or fine implies no warranty. It had the same meaning and use as the word 'demisi,' I have demised, and if a grantor used it in a lease for years, it implied a covenant that if the assignee of the lessee be evicted, he should have a writ of covenant.