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lector

noun lec·tor \ˈlek-tər, -ˌtr\

Definition of LECTOR

:  a person who assists at a worship service chiefly by reading the lection

Origin of LECTOR

Middle English, from Late Latin, reader of the lessons in a church service, from Latin, reader, from legere
First Known Use: 14th century

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