abjudge (ab-j<<schwa>>j), vb. Archaic. To take away or remove (something) by judicial
decision. Cf. ADJUDGE.
“As a result of the trial a very solemn judgment is pronounced. The land is adjudged to the
one party and his heirs, and abjudged (abiudicata) from the other party and his heirs for ever.” 2
Frederick Pollock & Frederic W. Maitland, The History of English Law Before the Time of
Edward I 63 (2d ed. 1899).