judi, judic & jud
These ROOT-WORDS are JUD, JUDI & JUDIC meaning JUDGE & LAWYER. Note how the Prefixes AD and AB do their job. The word is turned upside down when AB is used, the JUDGE can even throw the case out of court. In Roman law the judex was just like a modern arbitrator. Watch the Prefix carefully before you decide on the meaning of a word.
1. Judge : JUD ge (juj) n.
A public officer who has the authority to give judgment
2. Judgment : JUD gment (juj’ ment) n.
An opinion or decision
3. Judicable : JUDIC able (jud’ i ka b’l) adj.
Capable of being judged
4. Judicate : JUDIC ate (jue’ di kate) v.
5. Judicative : JUDIC ative (jud’ i kate iv) adj.
Judicial; as, the judicative faculty
6. Judicator : JUDIC ator (jue’ di kay tor) n.
7. Judicatory : JUDIC atory (jud’ i ka tore ee) adj.
Exercising judicial functions; as, a judicatory tribunal
8. Judicature : JUDI ature (jud’ i ka chur) n.
The act of judging, as, the honor of a judge is his judicature
9. Judicial : JUDI cial (ju dish’ al) adj.
Relating to administration of justice; as, judicial power
10. Judicious : JUDI cious (ju dish’ us) adj.
Having sound judgment
11. Judiciously : JUDI ciously (ju dish’ us lee) adv.
Wisely; soundly; as, the court ruled judiciously
12. Adjudicate : ad JUDI cate (a jud’ i kate) v.
To settle by judicial decree
13. Adjudicate : ad JUDI cate (ab jue’ di cate) v.
Reject the case; throw it out of court
14. Adjudicative : adj JUDI cative ( ajue’ di kay tiv) adj.
Tending to pass judgment
15. Injudicious : in JUDI cious (in jus dish’ us) adj.
Not having sound judgment
16. Injudiciously : in JUDI ciously (in ju dish’ us lee) adv.
Unsoundly; unwisely; injudiciously
17. Prejudice : pre JUDI ee (prej’ ud is) n.
18. Prejudicial : pre JUDI cial (prej u dish’ al) adj.
Biased; damaged without proof
19. Unprejudiced : unpre JUDI ced (un prej’ ud isd) adj.
20. Unprejudicial : unpre JUDI cial (un pre jue di’ shal) adj.
Without being biased
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