Court"house` (k?rt"hous`), n.

1.

A house in which established courts are held, or a house appropriated to courts and public meetings.

[U.S.]

2.

A county town; -- so called in Virginia and some others of the Southern States.

Providence, the county town of Fairfax, is unknown by that name, and passes as Fairfax Court House. Barlett.

 

© Webster 1913.

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