[joo r-uh l]
- pertaining to law; legal.
- of or relating to rights and obligations.
Origin of jural
1625–35; < Latin jūr- (stem of jūs) law + -al1
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Examples from the Web for jural
Take, for example, the conceptions borrowed from the jural sphere.
By this emphasis, arise the jural theories (Latin, jus, law).
This is a jural postulate of civilized society as we know it.
Woolsey says that "a slave sojourning to a free land cannot be treated as his master's property—as destitute of jural capacity."
The civilization of the time did not involve the corollaries of our jural postulate.
- of or relating to law or to the administration of justice
- of or relating to rights and obligations
C17: from Latin iūs law + -al 1
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