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juridical XVI. f. L. jūridicus, f. jūs, jūr- law (with Indo-Iranian cogns.) + -dicus saying, f. dïcere say.
So jurisconsult one learned in the law. XVII. — L. jūrisconsultus, f. jūris, g. of jūs + consultus. jurisdiction XIII. Earliest forms iure-, iuridiccioun —OF. jure-, (also mod.) juridiction, later conformed to the orig. L. jūrisdictiō, -ōn-; f. jūris + dictiō declaration (see DICTION). jurisprudenceskīll in law; system of law XVII; science of law XVIII. — late L. jurist †lawyer XV; legal writer XVII. — F. juriste or medL. jūrista. juror XIV. —AN. jurour :- L. jūrātor, -ōr- jury company of men sworn to give a verdict. XIV. ME. iuree—AN. juree — OF. jurée oath, juridical inquiry, inquest — (AL. jūrāta) sb. use of fem. pp. of L. jūrāre swear; see -Y5.

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juridical

ju·rid·i·cal / joōˈridikəl/ • adj. Law of or relating to judicial proceedings and the administration of the law. DERIVATIVES: ju·rid·i·cal·ly adv.

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Juridical

JURIDICAL

Pertaining to the administration of justice or to the office of a judge.

A juridical act is one that conforms to the laws and the rules of court. A juridical day is one on which the courts are in session.

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