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gemot

or ge·mote

[ guh-moht ]
/ gəˈmoʊt /
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noun

(in Anglo-Saxon England) a legislative or judicial assembly.

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Origin of gemot

Old English gemōt, equivalent to ge- collective prefix + mōt meeting; see moot1
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gemot

gemote

/ (ɡɪˈməʊt) /

noun

(in Anglo-Saxon England) a legal or administrative assembly of a community, such as a shire or hundred

Word Origin for gemot

Old English gemōt moot
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