Definitions for witanˈwɪt n, -ɑn
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The Anglo-Saxon national council or witenagemot.
1833, But in estimating the powers of the witan, we must not lose sight of the fact, that the king sometimes assumes a tone of superiority scarcely consistent with its independence. u2014 SA Dunham, Europe in the Middle Ages (Green & Longman, p.48)
The members of such an assembly.
Origin: Inflected forms.
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