Gemote
Gemote Ge*mote", n. [As. gem?t an assembly. See {Meet}, v. t.] (AS. Hist.) A meeting; -- used in combination, as, Witenagemote, an assembly of the wise men. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • gemote — noun see gemot …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • gemote — ge·mote …   English syllables

  • gemote — Same as gemot …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • gemote — noun see gemot …   Useful english dictionary

  • folc-gemote — /fowkgamowt/ (folc gemote Spelled also, folkmote, folcmote, folkgemote; from folc, people, and gemote, an assembly.) In Saxon law, a general assembly of the people in a town or shire. It appears to have had judicial functions of a limited nature …   Black's law dictionary

  • folc-gemote — /fowkgamowt/ (folc gemote Spelled also, folkmote, folcmote, folkgemote; from folc, people, and gemote, an assembly.) In Saxon law, a general assembly of the people in a town or shire. It appears to have had judicial functions of a limited nature …   Black's law dictionary

  • hali-gemote — Same as halle gemote …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • halle-gemote — /holgamowt/ In Saxon law, haligemot (q.v.) …   Black's law dictionary

  • hundred gemote — /handrad gamowt/ Among the Saxons, a meeting or court of the freeholders of a hundred, which assembled, originally, twelve times a year, and possessed civil and criminal jurisdiction and ecclesiastical powers …   Black's law dictionary

  • halle-gemote — /holgamowt/ In Saxon law, haligemot (q.v.) …   Black's law dictionary

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