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judicature

noun ju·di·ca·ture \ˈjü-di-kə-ˌchr, -chər, -ˌtyr, -ˌtr\

Definition of JUDICATURE

1
:  the action of judging :  the administration of justice
2
:  a court of justice
3
:  judiciary 1

Origin of JUDICATURE

Middle French, from Medieval Latin judicatura, from Latin judicatus, past participle of judicare
First Known Use: circa 1530

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