noun syn·dic \ˈsin-dik\

Definition of SYNDIC

:  a municipal magistrate in some countries
:  an agent of a university or corporation

Origin of SYNDIC

French, from Late Latin syndicus representative of a corporation, from Greek syndikos assistant at law, advocate, representative of a state, from syn- + dikē judgment, case at law — more at diction
First Known Use: 1601

Rhymes with SYNDIC


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