Anew; afresh; a second time. A venire de novo is a writ for summoning a jury for the second trial of a case which has been sent back from above for a new trial. De nullo, quod est sua natura indi visibile, et divisionem non patitur, nul lam partem habebit vidua, sed satis faciat ei ad valentiam. Co. Litt 32. A widow shall have no part of that which in its own nature is indivisible, and is not susceptible of division, but let the heir satisfy her with an equivalent De nullo tenemento, quod tenetur ad terminum, fit homagii, fit tamen inde fidelitatis sacrameutum. In no tenement which is held for a term of years is there an avail of homage; but there is the oath of fealty. Co. Litt 676.