How to spell sheriff in italian
In italian, the word sheriff can be spelled:
- The chief law enforcement officer for the courts in a U.S. county.
- An officer of a county or an administrative region in England, Northern Ireland, and Scotland, charged mainly with judicial duties.
[Middle English, the representative of royal authority in a shire, from Old English scÄ«rgerÄ“fa : scÄ«r, shire + gerÄ“fa, reeve.]