Definitions for Constableˈkʌn stə bəl, ˈkɒn-
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a lawman with less authority and jurisdiction than a sheriff
Constable, John Constable(noun)
English landscape painter (1776-1837)
constable, police constable(noun)
a police officer of the lowest rank
A police officer ranking below sergeant in most British/New Zealand police forces. (See also Chief Constable).
Officer of a noble court in the middle ages, usually a senior army commander. (See also marshal).
Public officer, usually at municipal level, responsible for maintaining order or serving writs and court orders.
A elected head of a parish (also known as a connu00E9table)
Origin: conestable ( > French connétable), from comes stabuli. For the sense-development, compare marshall.
a high officer in the monarchical establishments of the Middle Ages
an officer of the peace having power as a conservator of the public peace, and bound to execute the warrants of judicial officers
A constable is a person holding a particular office, most commonly in law enforcement. The office of constable can vary significantly in different jurisdictions. A constable is commonly the rank of an officer within the police.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a high officer of State in the Roman empire, in France, and in England, charged at one time with military, judicial, and regulative functions.
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