jurisprudent

noun
ju·​ris·​pru·​dent | \ˌju̇r-əs-ˈprü-dᵊnt \

Definition of jurisprudent 

: jurist

First Known Use of jurisprudent

1628, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for jurisprudent

Late Latin jurisprudent-, jurisprudens, from Latin juris + prudent-, prudens skilled, prudent

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jurisprudent

noun
ju·​ris·​pru·​dent | \ˌju̇r-əs-ˈprüd-ᵊnt \

Legal Definition of jurisprudent 

: jurist

History and Etymology for jurisprudent

Late Latin jurisprudent-, jurisprudens, from Latin juris, genitive of jus right, law + prudent-, prudens foreseeing, skilled, prudent

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