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justiciar

noun jus·ti·ci·ar \ˌjə-ˈsti-shē-ər, -ˌär\

Definition of JUSTICIAR

:  the chief political and judicial officer of the Norman and later kings of England until the 13th century
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Origin of JUSTICIAR

Medieval Latin justitiarius, from Latin justitia
First Known Use: circa 1580

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