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droit

noun \ˈdrit, ˈdrwä\

Definition of DROIT

:  a legal right
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Origin of DROIT

Middle English, from Anglo-French dreit, droit, from Medieval Latin directum, from Late Latin, neuter of directus just, from Latin, direct — more at dress
First Known Use: 15th century

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