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Spelling note: there is only one 'd' in prejudice. It comes from 'pre-' (meaning 'before') + the root of 'judge' (which only has one 'd'). So the whole means "to judge before [seeing the evidence]".

A common error among some speakers of English is to spell the word with a ‘g’ or ‘dg’ rather than a ‘j’.