oikeusavustaja etymology

Finnish word oikeusavustaja comes from Finnish avustaja, Finnish oikeus

Detailed word origin of oikeusavustaja

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
avustaja Finnish (fin) (in plural) crew (non-actor members of a theatrical or film production). (military) aide, aide-de-camp, adjutant (officer who acts as assistant to a more senior one). Assistant, aide, auxiliary; sidekick (person who assists or helps someone else). Attendant (one who attends). Paralegal, legal assistant (lawyer's assistant). Second (attendant of a duel or boxing match standing in for a contestant).
oikeus Finnish (fin) (in the plural) license. (social security) entitlement. Court (place, where justice is administered). Justice, law. Law (legal system; body of rules and standards issued by the legislative body). Right (to something = illative; to do something = infinitive).. Rightness, fairness.
oikeusavustaja Finnish (fin) Public defender (US), duty solicitor (Commonwealth), duty counsel (Canada) (lawyer appointed to represent people who cannot afford to hire an attorney, usually paid from public funds).

Words with the same origin as oikeusavustaja

Descendants of avustaja
Descendants of oikeus
KKO Teosto etuoikeuksinen etuoikeutettu immateriaalioikeudet oikeudenkäynti oikeudenkäyttö oikeudentunto oikeudeton oikeuttaa prosessioikeudellinen