manu aliena (man-yoo ay-lee-ee-n<<schwa>> or al-ee-). [Latin] Scots law. By the hand of another. • The phrase was contained in a notary’s docket and was attached to the end of an instrument of seisin, as a means for the notary to indicate that the instrument was written by another person. See DOCKET(6).
[Blacks Law 8th]