American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A public meeting or local judicial assembly in Anglo-Saxon England.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A meeting; an assembly: occurring in modern English only as a historical term (particularly in Witenagemot, which see) with reference to the Anglo-Saxon period.
- From Old English gemōt, see below (Wiktionary)
- Old English gemōt : ge-, collective pref.; see kom in Indo-European roots + mōt, assembly. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The group made its way as quickly as possible to the headquarters building of the Protocol Binders gemot.”
“The Trellisanians in fact had nothing to bargain with, and they knew it, and this had elicited in the gemot leaders a sudden and surprising stubbornness founded on wounded pride.”
“Matabele: there must be a man—no, a being—he could admire and respect, certainly more so than he could feel anything of such emotions toward Veedron or the other gemot leaders.”
“Geldop is the current head of the Food Provenders' gemot.”
“Of course there's a gemot, and it doesn't allow men like these to own a boat or go fishing on their own.”
“He turned to his neighbor on his right, a distinguished, elderly, grey-bearded gentleman wearing the subdued robes of the Building Erectors gemot.”
“Kirk and Spock had managed to obtain transportation back to Veedron's headquarters building, which was in fact the administrative headquarters only of the Protocol Binders gemot, the gemot of which Veedron was head.”
“I was officially informed by a representative of the Food Provenders gemot.”
“Any matter not thus covered is overseen by cooperative councils of gemot representatives, such as the supreme council to which Veedron belongs.”
“Anyone can punish one of us, and there is no gemot to stand in the way.”
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