noun ge·mot \gə-ˈmōt, yə-\

Definition of GEMOT

:  a judicial or legislative assembly in Anglo-Saxon England

Variants of GEMOT

ge·mot or ge·mote \gə-ˈmōt, yə-\

Origin of GEMOT

Old English gemōt, from ge-, perfective prefix + mōt assembly — more at co-, moot
First Known Use: before 12th century


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