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legist

noun le·gist \ˈlē-jist\

Definition of LEGIST

:  a specialist in law; especially :  one learned in Roman or civil law

Origin of LEGIST

Middle English, from Middle French legiste, from Medieval Latin legista, from Latin leg-, lex
First Known Use: 15th century

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