- having two branches, chambers, or houses, as a legislative body.
Origin of bicameral
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- (of a legislature) consisting of two chambers
C19: from bi- 1 + Latin camera chamber
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Word Origin and History for bicameralism
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- Composed of or having two chambers, especially an abscess divided by a septum.
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