tribunate [trib-yuh-nit, -neyt, trih-byoo-nit, -neyt] ExamplesWord Origin noun
- the office of tribune.
- a body of tribunes.
Origin of tribunate First recorded in 1540–50, tribunate is from the Latin word tribūnātus the office of a tribune. See, Examples from the Web for tribunate Historical Examples of tribunate
The political disturbance of the times between the tribunate of Tib.
William Young Sellar
Commencement of the disturbances under the tribunate of Tib.
A. H. L. (Arnold Hermann Ludwig) Heeren
It was divided into council, tribunate, legislature, and senate.
William Milligan Sloane
In 1801 he was made a member of the Tribunate, and in 1805 a senator.
He easily appointed the Senators, but it was different with the Tribunate.
Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne
British Dictionary definitions for tribunate tribunate tribuneship noun
- the office or rank of a tribune