Etymology
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judicatory (n.)

"court of judicature," 1570s, from noun use of Late Latin iudicatorius "judicial, pertaining to judging," from iudicat-, past participle stem of Latin iudicare "to judge," related to iudicem "a judge" (see judge (n.)). As an adjective, 1640s, from French judicatoire.

updated on May 07, 2017

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Definitions of judicatory from WordNet

judicatory (n.)
the system of law courts that administer justice and constitute the judicial branch of government;
Synonyms: judiciary / judicature / judicial system
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