Examples of residuum in a sentence:
even highly decaffeinated coffee contains a tiny residuum of caffeine:((
rezidúoti [lot. residere], turėti savo būstinę, rezidenciją.
Residue (law), portion of the testator's estate that is not specifically devised to someone in the will
(law) Whatever property or effects are left in an estate after payment of all debts, other charges and deduction of what is specifically bequeathed by the testator.
Middle English, from Old French residu, from Latin residuum, neuter of residuus (“remaining”), from resideō (“I remain behind”).
jizzum from the president. Usually found on the dress of an intern
From Old French president, from Latin praesidēns (“presiding over; president, leader”) (accusative: praesidentem). The Latin word is the substantivized present active participle of the verb praesideō (“preside over”). The verb is composed from prae (“before”) and sedeō (“sit”). The original meaning of the verb is 'to sit before' in the sense of presiding at a meeting. A secondary meaning of the verb is 'to command, to govern'. So praesidēns means 'the presiding one on a meeting' or 'governor, commander'.
A presidium or praesidium (Russian prezidium, from Latin praesidēre "to superintend", "preside" [related to "president"]; English plural presidiums or pr(a)esidia) is the executive or permanent (often "standing") committee or collective presidency of various legislative bodies and other organizations.
In Germany, the presidium of the national legislature (Bundestag, formerly Reichstag), is responsible for the legislature's routine administration, nowadays including its clerical and research activities. The current presidium consists of the president and vice presidents of the Bundestag.
Presidium is one of the organs of the Socialist International.