[med-i-koh-lee-guh l] /ˌmɛd ɪ koʊˈli gəl/
pertaining to medicine and law or to forensic medicine.
1835, from medico- + legal.
medicolegal med·i·co·le·gal (měd’ĭ-kō-lē’gəl)
Of, relating to, or concerned with medicine and law.
noun 1. the Breton language of the Middle Ages, usually dated from the 12th to the mid-17th centuries.
noun 1. the Cornish language of the Middle Ages, usually dated from the 14th century to 1600.
noun 1. the Greek language of the Middle Ages, usually dated a.d. 700 to 1500. Abbreviation: MGk, MGk., MGr. noun 1. the Greek language from the 7th century ad to shortly after the sacking of Constantinople in 1204 Also called Middle Greek, Byzantine Greek Compare Koine, Late Greek, Ancient Greek
noun 1. the Hebrew language as used from the 6th to the 13th centuries a.d.