JUSTICIAR

JUSTICIAR

justiciar (j[schwa]-stish-ee-[schwa]r), n.

1. Hist. A royal judicial officer in medieval England; esp., a justice presiding over a superior court.

2. JUSTICIARY(2). ¡ª Also spelled justicier.


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