ajuger

To adjudge.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • adjudge — transitive verb (adjudged; adjudging) Etymology: Middle English ajugen, from Anglo French ajuger, from Latin adjudicare, from ad + judicare to judge more at judge Date: 14th century 1. a. to decide or rule upon as a judge ; adjudicate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • adjuger — (ad ju jé. Dans le XVIe s. Palsgrave et Bèze disent qu on prononce ajuger ; dans le XVIIe, Chifflet remarque que le d ne se prononce pas ; aujourd hui le d se prononce. Partout où le g est devant a ou o, on intercale un e pour conserver la… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • d — (dé, et, dans l épellation moderne, de) s. m. La quatrième lettre de l alphabet et la troisième des consonnes. Le d appartient aux consonnes nommées dentales. •   Dans la plupart des livres que l on imprime aujourd hui [XVIIe siècle], on ôte le d …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • adjudge — verb 1》 consider or declare to be true or the case. 2》 (in legal use) award (compensation).     ↘condemn (someone) to pay a penalty. Derivatives adjudgement (also adjudgment) noun Origin ME: from OFr. ajuger, from L. adjudicare, from ad to +… …   English new terms dictionary

  • adjudge — v.tr. 1 adjudicate (a matter). 2 (often foll. by that + clause, or to + infin.) pronounce judicially. 3 (foll. by to) award judicially. 4 archaic condemn. Derivatives: adjudgement n. (also adjudgment). Etymology: ME f. OF ajuger f. L adjudicare:… …   Useful english dictionary

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