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registrar

noun reg·is·trar \ˈre-jə-ˌsträr\

: someone who is in charge of keeping records especially of births, marriages, and deaths

: an officer of a college or university who is in charge of registering students and keeping academic records

: a doctor who is training at a hospital to become a specialist in a particular field of medicine

Full Definition of REGISTRAR

:  an official recorder or keeper of records: as
a :  an officer of an educational institution responsible for registering students, keeping academic records, and corresponding with applicants and evaluating their credentials
b :  an admitting officer at a hospital
c chiefly British :  resident 3

Examples of REGISTRAR

  1. <got a copy of his transcript from the school's registrar>

Origin of REGISTRAR

alteration of Middle English registrer, from registren to register, from Anglo-French registrer, from Medieval Latin registrare, from registrum
First Known Use: 1675

registrar

noun reg·is·trar \ˈrej-ə-ˌsträr\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of REGISTRAR

1
:  an admitting officer at a hospital
2
British :  resident

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