mesonomic (mes-<<schwa>>-nom-ik also mee-z<<schwa>>), adj. Of, relating to, or involving an act that, although it does not affect a person’s physical freedom, has legal consequences in its evolution. • This term was coined by the philosopher Albert Kocourek in his book Jural Relations (1927). Cf. ZYGNOMIC.
[Blacks Law 8th]