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Etymology edit

From Spanish fuero, from Latin forum. Doublet of forum.

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

fuero (plural fueros)

  1. A code; a charter; a grant of privileges.
  2. A custom having the force of law.
  3. A declaration by a magistrate.
  4. A place where justice is administered.
  5. The jurisdiction of a tribunal[1]

References edit

  1. ^ Alexander M[ansfield] Burrill (1850–1851), “FUERO”, in A New Law Dictionary and Glossary: [], volume (please specify |part= or |volume=I or II), New York, N.Y.: John S. Voorhies, [], →OCLC.

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Verb edit


  1. first-person singular future perfect active indicative of sum

Spanish edit

Etymology edit

Inherited from Old Spanish fuero, from Latin forum. Doublet of foro.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /ˈfweɾo/ [ˈfwe.ɾo]
  • Rhymes: -eɾo
  • Syllabification: fue‧ro

Noun edit

fuero m (plural fueros)

  1. charter
  2. law, local law (especially in Navarra or the Basque Country)
  3. (historical, Spain) law, laws
  4. (historical) lawbook
    fuero juzgojudges' lawbook
  5. privilege, a certain immunity
  6. jurisdiction

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