Cognizable

Cog"ni*za*ble

(? ), a. [F. connaissable, fr. connatre to know, L. cognoscere. See Cognition.] 1. Capable of being known or apprehended; as, cognizable causes.
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2. Fitted to be a subject of judicial investigation; capable of being judicially heard and determined.
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Cognizable both in the ecclesiastical and secular courts.
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