It was here I received my first remembered lesson in “meum et tuum.”
She was one of those singular people who seem actually to prefer, in common conversation, the tuum to the meum.
Gubernator iracundè respondit ut "meum caput non potest tenere aliquam rem, ut videtur."
Pol ego si te audeam, meum patrem nominem: nam secundum patrem tu es pater proximus.
The laws of meum and tuum are sufficiently clear if a man will open his eyes to look at them.
Causes of meum et tuum were not always exempt from party influence.
Thus loosely does the rule of meum and tuum obtain in the woods.
It clearly varied in size; for Odo de Rossilion, in 1298, names in his will "meum magnum cultellum et meam parvam ensem."
Magis nunc me meum officium facere, si huic eam advorsum, arbitror.
His ideas of meum and tuum may be vague, but when all's said, he's the most courteous gentleman and a boon companion!