Caveat icon, the third-person
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 of the Latin cavere, means "warning" (or more literally, "let him beware", "let her beware" or "let it beware"); it can be shorthand for Latin phrases such as:
  • Caveat lector, "let the reader beware"
  • Caveat emptor
    Caveat emptor
    Caveat emptor is Latin for "Let the buyer beware". Generally, caveat emptor is the property law doctrine that controls the sale of real property after the date of closing.- Explanation :...

    , "let the buyer beware"
  • Caveat venditor, "let the seller beware"

Caveat may also refer to:
  • CAVEAT, an area within the Parish of Dropmore in the County of Anglesey in Victoria Australia
    Caveat , the third-person singular present subjunctive of the Latin cavere, means "warning" ; it can be shorthand for Latin phrases such as:...

    , a Canadian lobby group
  • Paulette Caveat
    Paulette Caveat
    In 1973, a group of Dene chiefs filed a caveat at the land titles office in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories to gain a legal interest in of land in northern Canada...

    , about certain First Nations rights to northern Canada
  • Patent caveat
    Patent caveat
    A patent caveat was a legal document filed with the United States Patent Office. Caveats were instituted by the US Patent Act of 1836, but were discontinued in 1909. A caveat was like a patent application with a description of an invention and drawings, but without claims. It was an official...

    , a legal document filed with the United States Patent Office
  • Caveat, an album by Nuclear Death
    Nuclear Death discography
    The following is a complete Nuclear Death discography.-Wake Me When I'm Dead EP :Wake Me When I'm Dead was the band's first cassette-demo release, released in 1986.# "Shrieking Terror"# "The Seventh Nun"# "Cock Jaw"# "Rigor Mortis"...

  • Caveat (horse)
    Caveat (horse)
    Caveat was an American thoroughbred stallion racehorse. Bred in Maryland) by Ryehill Farm, he was sired by Kentucky Derby winner Cannonade out of The Axe II mare, Cold Hearted...

    , a thoroughbred race horse in the 1983 Kentucky Derby
    Kentucky Derby
    The Kentucky Derby is a Grade I stakes race for three-year-old Thoroughbred horses, held annually in Louisville, Kentucky, United States on the first Saturday in May, capping the two-week-long Kentucky Derby Festival. The race is one and a quarter mile at Churchill Downs. Colts and geldings carry...

  • Legal Caveat, the name of a notice given by a party having an interest, to some officer, not to do an act, until the party giving the notice shall have been heard.
  • Juicy Caveat, meaning the realization of a long desired fantasy.
  • Accessory Caveat, small purse or a coin wallet.

Colloquial: * Caveat, a positive incentive or bonus to a less than ideal job offer.
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