judicative

adjective
ju·di·ca·tive | \ -ˌkātiv \

Definition of judicative 

: having the power to judge : judicial all the judicative authority of the House of Lords —David Hume †1776

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History and Etymology for judicative

Medieval Latin judicativus, from Latin judicatus (past participle of judicare to judge) + -ivus -ive

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