Etymology
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tribunal (n.)

early 15c., "a judgment seat," from Old French tribunal "justice seat, judgment seat" (13c.) and directly from Latin tribunal "platform for the seat of magistrates, elevation, embankment," from tribunus "official in ancient Rome, magistrate," literally "head of a tribe" (see tribune). Hence, "a court of justice or judicial assembly" (1580s).

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Definitions of tribunal

tribunal (n.)
an assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business;
Synonyms: court / judicature
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