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deemster

[ deem-ster ]
/ ˈdim stər /
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noun
a judge of the Isle of Man.
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Also dempster.

Origin of deemster

1250–1300; Middle English demestre;see deem, -ster

OTHER WORDS FROM deemster

deem·ster·ship, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for deemster

deemster
/ (ˈdiːmstə) /

noun
the title of one of the two justices in the Isle of ManAlso called: dempster

Derived forms of deemster

deemstership, noun
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