parliamentarian definition

  • noun:
    • One who is expert in parliamentary procedures, guidelines, or debate.
    • a part of a parliament.
    • A supporter of this Long Parliament through the English Civil War and the Commonwealth; a Roundhead.
    • an associate of a parliament, congress or an elected nationwide legislative body of some other title.
    • A person well-versed in parliamentary procedure.
    • An officer generally in most legislative systems charged with becoming well-versed within the parliamentary rules of that legislative residence, and whoever rulings tend to be taken as respected, becoming appealed only to the entire household itself under special guidelines.
    • One who honored the Parliament, against King Charles I.
    • One versed inside guidelines and usages of Parliament or comparable deliberative assemblies.
    • A partizan of parliament; especially [capitalized], in English record, a partizan of the Long Parliament, as distinguished from a Royalist or Cavalier.
    • A parliamentary debater or manager.
    • an elected person in the British Parliament: a member of the home of Commons
    • a specialist in parliamentary principles and treatments
  • adjective:
    • Of or related to Parliament.
  • others:
    • Of or with respect to a parliament; particularly [capitalized], in English record, serving or sticking with the extended Parliament, in opposition to Kings Charles I. and Charles II.

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