WORD ORIGIN

Middle English: from Old French juge (noun), juger (verb), from Latin judex, judic-, from jus ‘law’ (the source also of just (Late Middle English), justice (Old English), injury (Late Middle English), etc.) + dicere ‘to say’

adjudge,  adjudicate,  adjudication,  adjudicator,  extrajudicial,  ill-judged,  injudicious(ly),  judg(e)ment,  judg(e)mental,  judgmentally,  judicature,  judicial(ly),  judiciary,  judicious(ly),  misjudge,  misjudg(e)ment,  non-judg(e)mental,  prejudge,  prejudg(e)ment,  prejudice(d),  prejudicial,  unprejudiced
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