procuracy

noun proc·u·ra·cy \ˈpräkyərəsē\

Definition of procuracy

plural

-es

  1. 1 archaic :  the office or functions of a proctor or procurator

  2. 2 archaic :  management or direction of affairs for another

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Origin and Etymology of procuracy

Middle English procuracie, from Anglo-French, from Medieval Latin procuratia, alteration of Latin procuratio procuration — more at procuration


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