Definition of vicinage in English:

vicinage

Line breaks: vicin|age
Pronunciation: /ˈvɪsɪnɪdʒ
 
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noun

chiefly US
Another term for vicinity.
More example sentences
  • Petty jurors too needed to come from the vicinage of the crime and be ‘neighbours’ of the parties.
  • To fulfill the vicinage provision, jurors would have to be from the portion of the park in Idaho, since naturally no other parts of the state are in Wyoming's judicial district.
  • However, the state is divided into three vicinages, with designated counties for each vicinage, as follows.

Origin

Middle English: from Old French vis(e)nage, from an alteration of Latin vicinus 'neighbour'.

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