Convenor



[kuh n-veen] /kənˈvin/

verb (used without object), convened, convening.
1.
to come together or assemble, usually for some public purpose.
verb (used with object), convened, convening.
2.
to cause to assemble; convoke.
3.
to summon to appear, as before a judicial officer.
/kənˈviːn/
verb
1.
to gather, call together, or summon, esp for a formal meeting
2.
(transitive) to order to appear before a court of law, judge, tribunal, etc
n.

variant of convener (see convene).
v.

early 15c., from Middle French convenir “to suit, agree,” from Latin convenire “unite, be suitable, agree, assemble,” from com- “together” (see com-) + venire “to come” (see venue). Related: Convened; convener; convening.

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