from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In England, a court held for the inhabitants of a hundred.


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  • His tribunal is the old Germanic hundred-court, in which the free suitors ought to be the judges; but the suitors for this purpose are represented by a few doomsmen (_scabini_) chosen for their respectability and knowledge of the law.

    Medieval Europe


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