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ju·ris·pru·dent

 (jo͝or′ĭs-pro͞od′nt)
n.
One learned in the law; a jurist.
adj.
Jurisprudential.

[Obsolete French, back-formation from French jurisprudence, jurisprudence, from Late Latin iūrisprūdentia; see jurisprudence.]

jurisprudent

(ˌdʒʊərɪsˈpruːdənt)
adj
(Law) skilled in jurisprudence or versed in the principles of law
n
(Law) a jurisprudent person

ju•ris•pru•dent

(ˌdʒʊər ɪsˈprud nt)

adj.
1. versed in jurisprudence.
n.
2. an expert in jurisprudence.
[1620–30]
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jurisprudent

noun
A public official who decides cases brought before a court of law in order to administer justice:
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