Definition of judicare in English:

judicare

noun

US
  • Any of various publicly funded systems for providing legal assistance to those otherwise unable to afford it; (frequently) specifically a system of this kind which arranges for payment to be made to private legal professionals, rather than employing them directly.

Origin

1960s. From judi- + care, after Medicare and (in later use) Denticare, etc.

Pronunciation

judicare

/ˈdʒuːdɪkɛː/