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actus (s) (noun), actus; acti (pl)
1. A length in building which is about 120 Roman feet: An actus is about 35,5 meters.
2. In Roman law, the legality of herding animals or driving a vehicle across another person's land: A long time ago in Roman times, an actus allowed a farmer, for example, to drive his domesticated animals over his neighbor's property.