- jura mountains,
- jure divino,
- jure humano
Origin of jurat
Examples from the Web for jurat
Mr. Brock, who was essentially assisted in this business by Mr. James Carey, jurat, succeeded in both these objects.The Life and Correspondence of Sir Isaac Brock|Ferdinand Brock Tupper
Every jurat fixed his eye upon Guida as though she had come to claim his life.
It had belonged to a jurat of repute, who parted with it to Mattingley not long before he died.
In 1834 he returned to his country, and attended the sittings of the Diet, at Presburg, as Jurat.
Thomas Harvey was a jurat, or alderman, of Folkestone, where he served the office of mayor in 1600.William Harvey|D'Arcy Powers
Word Origin for jurat
"one who has taken an oath," early 15c. (mid-14c. in Anglo-French), from Medieval Latin iuratus, literally "sworn man," noun use of past participle of iurare "to swear" (see jury (n.)).