A quadrangular space walled or marked off for playing one of various games with a ball (as lawn tennis, handball, or basketball); also; a division of such a court.
ETYM Old Fren. court, curt, cort, French cour, Late Lat. cortis, from Latin cohors, cors, chors, gen. cohortis, cortis, chortis, an inclosure, court, thing inclosed, crowd, throng.
1. A yard wholly or partly surrounded by walls or buildings; SYN. courtyard.
2. A specially marked area within which a game is played.
3. Respectful deference; SYN. homage.
4. The family and retinue of a sovereign or prince.
5. The residence of a sovereign or nobleman.
6. The sovereign and his advisers who are the governing power of a state.
1. Dvorište, ograda, zid oko kuće ili dvorišta (tur.).
2. Stanari jednog dvorišta.
3. Bela marama kojom mlade i žene pokrivaju lice.
4. Čaršav, prostirka.
5. Ubrus, peškir.
Velika sala, hala.
Velika i lepa kuća, dvorac. (lat.)
Zemljište, tle, zemlja; oblik zemljišta, naročito s obzirom na njegov uticaj na položaj i kretanje trupa; fig. položaj, okolnosti; oblast gde se dejstvuje, radi.
1. An official assembly for the transaction of judicial business
2. A session of such a court
3. A place (as a chamber) for the administration of justice
4. A judge or judges in session; also; a faculty or agency of judgment or evaluation
5. An assembly or board with legislative or administrative powers
6. Parliament, legislature
7. A room in which a law court sits; SYN. courtroom.
8. An assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business; SYN. tribunal, judicature.
To engage in social activities leading to marriage