noun sen·a·tor \ˈse-nə-tər\

: a member of a senate or the Senate

Full Definition of SENATOR

:  a member of a senate
sen·a·tor·ship \-ˌship\ noun

Origin of SENATOR

Middle English senatour, from Anglo-French senatur, from Latin senator, from senatus
First Known Use: 13th century


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