adscriptus (ad-skrip-t<<schwa>>s), adj.[Latin] Roman law. 1. Added, annexed, or bound by

or in writing; enrolled or registered. 2. Bound, as in servus colonae adscriptus (a tenant bound to

an  estate  as  a  cultivator)  or  fundus adscriptus  (an  estate  bound  to  or  burdened  with  a  duty).  —

Also spelled ascriptus; ascriptitius. See ADSCRIPTUS GLEBAE. [Blacks Law 8th]