ju·ror (jrər, -ôr′)
a. One who serves as a member of a jury.
b. One who awaits or is called for service on a jury.
2. One who serves on a deliberative body analogous to a jury.
[Middle English jurour, from Anglo-Norman, from Latin iūrātor, swearer, from iūrāre, to swear; see JURY1.]
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