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Legitimacy, from the Latin legitimare meaning "to make lawful", may refer to:
- Legitimate expectation
- Legitimate peripheral participation
- Legitimate theater
- Legitimacy law in England and Wales (Legitimacy (family law) in England and Wales)
- Illegitimacy in fiction
- Sources of law
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