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deemster

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Pronunciation: /ˈdiːmstə/

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Definition of deemster in English:

noun

A judge (of whom there are two) in the Isle of Man judiciary.

Origin

Middle English (originally a general word for a judge): from deem + -ster. The current sense dates from the early 17th century.

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