Justiciar \Jus*ti"ci*ar\, n. Same as {Justiciary}. [1913 Webster]

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  • Justiciar — Justiciar, en la Inglaterra y Escocia medieval, también llamado el Jefe justiciar y posteriormente conocido simplemente como Justiciar, fue un título aproximadamente equivalente a un primer ministro moderno como el ministro principal de un… …   Wikipedia Español

  • justiciar — (De justicia). tr. ajusticiar. ¶ MORF. conjug. c. anunciar …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • justiciar — [jus tish′ēər] n. JUSTICIARY (n. 1 & 2) …   English World dictionary

  • Justiciar — In medieval England and Ireland the Chief Justiciar (later known simply as the Justiciar) was roughly equivalent to a modern Prime Minister as the monarch s chief minister. Similar positions existed on the Continent, particularly in Norman Italy …   Wikipedia

  • Justiciar — Im mittelalterlichen England und Schottland war der Chief Justiciar (später nur noch Justiciar) in etwa ein Äquivalent zum heutigen Premierminister des Vereinigten Königreichs: des Königs oberster Minister. Der Begriff stammt aus dem… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Justiciar — Dans l Angleterre et l Irlande médiévales, le Chief Justiciar (appelé plus tard Justiciar) occupait des fonctions semblables à celle du premier ministre du Royaume Uni en tant que ministre en chef du roi. Des postes semblables existaient sur le… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • justiciar — justiciarship, n. /ju stish ee euhr/, n. 1. a high judicial officer in medieval England. 2. the chief political and judicial officer in England from the reign of William I to that of Henry III. 3. justiciary (def. 2). [1475 85; < ML justiciarius… …   Universalium

  • justiciar — ► verbo transitivo Declarar culpable o imponer una pena a una persona. SINÓNIMO condenar * * * justiciar (de «justicia») 1 (ant.) tr. *Ejecutar a un ↘condenado. ≃ Ajusticiar. 2 *Condenar. * * * justiciar. ( …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • justiciar — noun Etymology: Medieval Latin justitiarius, from Latin justitia Date: circa 1580 the chief political and judicial officer of the Norman and later kings of England until the 13th century …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Justiciar — The officer who acted as king s regent or viceroy. He presided at the king s court, during the time of the Norman and early Plantagenet mon archs, when the king was in France or Normandy. The office lapsed in 1261. Its Latin form is justitiarius …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

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