Definition of custos rotulorum in English:

custos rotulorum

Line breaks: cus¦tos ro¦tu|lorum
Pronunciation: /ˌkʌstɒs ˌrəʊtjʊˈlɔːrəm/

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noun (plural custodes rotulorum /kʌˈstəʊdiːz/)

  • (In England and Wales) the principal Justice of the Peace of a county, who has nominal custody of the records of the commission of the peace. The function is usually fulfilled by the Lord Lieutenant.

Origin

Latin.

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