arbitrament

noun
ar·bit·ra·ment | \är-ˈbi-trə-mənt \

Definition of arbitrament 

1 archaic : the right or power of deciding

2 : the settling of a dispute by an arbiter

3 : the judgment given by an arbitrator

First Known Use of arbitrament

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for arbitrament

Middle English arbitrement, borrowed from Anglo-French, from arbitrer "to reach a decision, pass judgment" + -ment -ment — more at arbitrage

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arbitrament

noun
ar·bit·ra·ment | \är-ˈbi-trə-mənt \

Legal Definition of arbitrament 

1 : the settling of a dispute by an arbitrator

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