consiliarius (k[schwa]n-sil-ee-air-ee-[schwa]s), n. [fr. Latin consilium ¡°advice¡±]
1. Roman law. A person who advises a magistrate; one who sits with the judge and assists in deciding cases. See CONCILIUM(1).
2. Hist. A counselor learned in law. See APOCRISARIUS.
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