jurat
noun Etymology: short for Latin juratum (est) it has been sworn, 3d singular perfect passive of jurare to swear — more at jury Date: 1796 a certificate added to an affidavit stating when, before whom, and where it was made

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  • jurât — jurât …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • Jurat — (through French from mediaeval Latin jurat , he swears, Lat. jurare , to swear) is the name given to that part of an affidavit containing the actual oath or affirmation.In addition, the word can refer to the sworn holders of certain offices.… …   Wikipedia

  • jurat — ju·rat / ju̇r ət, ˌat/ n [short for Latin juratum ( est ) it has been sworn]: a certification added to an affidavit stating when, before whom, and where the affidavit was made Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. jur …   Law dictionary

  • jurat — ● jurat nom masculin (mot occitan, du latin juratus) Sous l Ancien Régime, magistrat municipal de certaines villes du midi de la France, et notamment de Bordeaux. ● jurat (homonymes) nom masculin (mot occitan, du latin juratus) jura forme… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • jurat — jùrāt m <G juráta> DEFINICIJA zast. pravnik, student prava ONOMASTIKA pr. (prema zanimanju, v. i Juraj): Jùrāt (sred. Dalmacija), Jùratek (Zagreb), Jùratić (Pokuplje), Jurátovac (280, Samobor, Jastrebarsko), Jurátović (320, Jastrebarsko,… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Jurat — Ju rat, n. [Prov. F. jurat, fr. L. juratus sworn, p. p. of jurare to swear. See {Jury}, n.] [1913 Webster] 1. A person under oath; specifically, an officer of the nature of an alderman, in certain municipal corporations in England. Burrill. [1913 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • jurat — Jurat. s. m. On appelle ainsi à Bordeaux, les Consuls ou Eschevins. Les Jurats de Bordeaux. le premier Jurat. la livrée, le chaperon des Jurats. faire, eslire des Jurats …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Jurat — Jurat, so v.w. Jorat …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • jurat — (n.) one who has taken an oath, early 15c. (mid 14c. in Anglo French), from M.L. iuratus, lit. sworn man, noun use of pp. of iurare to swear (see JURY (Cf. jury) (n.)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • jurat — /jurat/ Certificate of officer or person before whom writing was sworn to. In common use term is employed to designate certificate of competent administering officer that writing was sworn to by person who signed it. The clause written at the… …   Black's law dictionary

  • jurat — /jurat/ Certificate of officer or person before whom writing was sworn to. In common use term is employed to designate certificate of competent administering officer that writing was sworn to by person who signed it. The clause written at the… …   Black's law dictionary

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