codify

(redirected from codifier)
Also found in: Dictionary, Legal.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • verb

Synonyms for codify

Words related to codify

organize into a code or system, such as a body of law

References in periodicals archive ?
He is known as the Imam of Madina and the Imam of Dar al-Hijra, and is the codifier of one of the four madhhabs of Muslim orthodoxy.
THIS HANDSOME BOOK had its genesis in a conference held at Cambridge in 2009 to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the death of Whitley Stokes, philologist, etymologist, codifier of Anglo-Indian law, scholar and editor.
Gratian, the great medieval codifier of canon law, included this aphorism: "It is always unlawful for men to fornicate, but it is sometimes lawful to do business.
Maimonides, codifier of Torah law, lists 13 principles of faith that are incumbent on a Jew.
Scholars of language, literature, and other humanities consider Stokes as an individual, as a codifier of Anglo-Indian law and an Irishman living in London and India, and as a Celticist and translator of medieval literature.
Alois Haba is worthy of attention not only as a composer, but as codifier of composition techniques in the microtonal system.
Lussier deplore ainsi, a plusieurs reprises, la compulsion des autorites religieuses a codifier de maniere toujours plus precise ce qu'il faut faire et ne pas faire, dire ou ne pas dire (41).
4) Moritz Brandis, who was born in about 1550 in Germany, was the first codifier of the Estonian Knighthood rights and wrote a chronicle of the older history of Livonia.
Cette notion renvoie egalement a un ensemble d'activites visant a standardiser et codifier les procedures, a diffuser les savoirs faire, a etablir des normes particulieres, etc.
He was a physician, a codifier of law and so a rabbinic and legal authority, and a transmitter and interpreter of Jewish texts and Arabic philosophy.
KENNETH BURKE WAS THE INITIATOR AND CODIFIER of many great critical ideas of the twentieth century.
Ljudevit Gaj, a disciple of Kollar, language codifier and Croatian patriot, descended from a Slovak and a German who spoke German with each other.
49) The connection, of course, was that the Founding Fathers were men who still believed in the laws of England and Blackstone was recognized as the most current and comprehensive codifier of English law.
Henry Ford may have said that "history is bunk", but for Britain, the cradle of the thoroughbred, the codifier of the game, the exporter of it to Chantilly almost two centuries ago, history is one of its greatest assets.