A prolonged session, as for discussion.
Origin of sederuntFrom Latin s&emacron;d&emacron;runt, third person pl. perfect tense of sed&emacron;re, to sit; see sed- in Indo-European roots.
- (Scotland) A formal meeting, especially of a judicial or ecclesiastical body.
- (Scotland) Those people present at such a meeting.
From Latin sederunt (“there were sitting").