quorum [kwawr-uh m, kwohr-]
1. the number of members of a group or organization required to be present to transact business legally, usually a majority.
2. a particularly chosen group.
Origin: 1425-75; < Latin quōrum of whom; from a use of the word in commissions written in Latin specifying a quorum
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