Origin: < L juratum, neut. pp. of jurareLaw a statement or certification added to an affidavit, telling when, before whom, and, sometimes, where the affidavit was made
Origin: Fr < ML juratus, lit., one sworn < L juratus, pp. of jurare: see jury
See jurat in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English, informant under oath, member of a ruling body of a city
Origin: , from Anglo-Norman, member of a ruling body of a city
Origin: , from Medieval Latin iūrātus, juror
Origin: , from past participle of Latin iūrāre, to swear; see jury1.
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