solatium


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so·la·ti·um

 (sō-lā′shē-əm)
n. pl. so·la·ti·a (-shē-ə) Law
Compensation for injured feelings as distinct from financial loss or physical suffering.

[Late Latin sōlācium, sōlātium, compensation, solace, from Latin; see solace.]

solatium

(səʊˈleɪʃɪəm)
n, pl -tia (-ʃɪə)
(Law) law chiefly US and Scot compensation awarded to a party for injury to the feelings as distinct from physical suffering and pecuniary loss
[C19: from Latin: see solace]

solatium

1. payment or other recompense for mental suffering or financial or other loss.
2. Scots Law. a provision for a sum of money to be paid to an injured party by the party responsible for the injury, over and above compensation paid for damages for injury to feelings.
See also: Dues and Payment
References in classic literature ?
But so aloof is he from general suspicion, so immune from criticism, so admirable in his management and self-effacement, that for those very words that you have uttered he could hale you to a court and emerge with your year's pension as a solatium for his wounded character.
The chief minister has announced a solatium of Rs400,000 each to the kin of the deceased, Rs100,000 each to those seriously injured and Rs50,000 each to those with simple injuries.
Galium aparine ubiquitous Solanaceae Solanum ptycanthum * ubiquitous Solatium nigrum w, se, ne U.
Meanwhile, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami announced solatium of Rs 7 lakh to Anita's family and a government job to from the family.
3 million of this award was a solatium payment, that is, compensation for hurt arising from damage caused by the loss of connection to the land.
The court awarded compensatory damages consisting in relation to "pain and suffering, loss of prospective income, medical expenses, and solatium damages.
Panneerselvam, who took office only a week ago, announced a solatium of 400,000 rupess (about $6,000) each to the families of those killed in the cyclone.
He also announced a solatium of Rs200,000 each to the families of the deceased and Rs 50,000 to those injured.
relatives of a defamed deceased with the deceased's solatium.
sacra Sheehaz (Burseraceae) mogar Mountain/felty Kalpooreh, Teucrium mascatense germander qasba (Lamiaceae) or Cat thyme Bitter apple Sharinjiban, Solatium incanum mazi (Solanaceae) St Joseph's wort, Theemran Ocimum basilicum sweet basil zawab (Tamiaceae) Jacobeastrum Kabouv Euryops arabicus arabicum (Compositae) Cumin Kimoon or Cuminum cyminum Sanoot (Umbelliferae) Papaya fruits Pawpaw or Carica papaya fifay (Caricaceae) Walnuts Joz or nakash Juglans cinerea (Juglandaceae) Rhazya Harmal Rhazya stricta (Apocynaceae) Miracle tree Shu Moringa peregrina (Moringaceae) Aloe plant Isqafsabbar Aloe barbedensis A.
Solatium ptycanthum Dunal--RC, RS; Infrequent but locally abundant; C = 0; BSUH 19480, 19642.