To hear. The right to hear an instrument read. A hearing at common law on a bail bond. 8 Am J2d Bail § 154.

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  • oyer — early 15c., a hearing of causes, from Anglo Fr. oyer, from O.Fr. oir, from L. audire to hear (see AUDIENCE (Cf. audience)). Especially in phrase oyer and terminer (early 15c.), from Anglo French (late 13c.), lit. a hearing and determining, in… …   Etymology dictionary

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  • oyer — /oh yeuhr, oy euhr/, n. Law. 1. See oyer and terminer. 2. a hearing in open court involving the production of some document pleaded by one party and demanded by the other, the party pleading the document being said to make profert. [1375 1425;… …   Universalium

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  • oyer — /ˈɔɪjə/ (say oyyuh) noun British Law 1. Obsolete assizes. 2. the production in court of some document demanded by one party and pleaded by the other (the party demanding it is said to crave oyer and the other is said to make profert). {Middle… …  

  • oyer — ˈȯiər noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Old French oir to hear, from Latin audire more at audible 1 …   Useful english dictionary

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