Etymology
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duma (n.)

Russian national assembly, 1870 (in reference to city councils; the national one was set up in 1905), literally "thought," from a Germanic source (compare Gothic doms "judgment," English doom, deem).

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Definitions of duma

Duma (n.)
a legislative body in the ruling assembly of Russia and of some other republics in the former USSR;
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