Definition for CI-VIL'IAN

CI-VIL'IAN, n. [from civil.]

  1. One who is skilled in the Roman law; a professor or doctor of civil law. – Encyc. 2. In a more extended sense, one who is versed in law and government.
  2. A student of the civil law at the university. – Graves.

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