Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|pertaining to a single jurisdiction with two legal systems.
|a judge's private chamber > CAMERAE; an apparatus for taking photographs > CAMERAS.
|the court of the Lord Chancellor of the United Kingdom.
|a hall of justice; (verb) to woo.
|a building in which courts of law are regularly held.
|a petty court.
|a room in a courthouse in which lawsuits and criminal cases are heard.
|a papal court and its officials > CURIAE or CURIAS.
|cutcherry cutchery kacheri kachahri
|an Indian magistrate's office or courthouse.
|a court of justice; a judgment hall.
|a mediaeval German court > FEHME, VEHME.
|pertaining to a FEHM or VEHM.
|an erroneous form of hall-moot, the court of a lord of the manor or of a guild.
|a court of justice.
|a manor court.
|the building in which a State legislature holds its sessions.
|of a government department or official: chief, supreme; (noun) a supreme court.
|the seat of a judge; the bench on which a judge and his associates sit for administering justice.
|relating to a VEHM, a mediaeval German court.
|a meeting of a ward or a court of a ward.