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loco

denoting a price for goods, esp goods to be exported, that are in a place specified or known, the buyer being responsible for all transport charges from that place
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France Louer Louer applies to both the acts of granting or receiving a lease of a fixed or transportable good Italy Locare Locare refers to the granting by one party to another the use of a fixed or transportable good for a defined period with remuneration, normally financial, usually paid periodically Affittare Affittare refers to the granting or acquisition of a lease of a fixed item, such as property, land, fixed equipment ('fittings') Noleggiare Noleggiare refers to the granting or acquisition of a lease of a transportable item, originally in a marine context but by extension to any form of transportation 1.
Then ten thousand miles away and three decades after my grandmother's death, in a house not by the Pamba River as hers was, but here, close to the river Hudson, I bent close to the English dictionary to try to make out the words in front of me: dislocation: to put out of place; locare: to place; locus, place.
O magnam parentum insciriam qui Ennii salutare consilium non intelligant qui filiam suam locare maluit viro qui pecunia egeat quam pecuniae quae viro indigeret."