Adjutator

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noun Ad·ju·ta·tor \ˈa-jə-ˌtā-tər\

Definition of Adjutator

plural

-s

  1. :  agitator 1

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Origin and Etymology of adjutator

by folk etymology (influence of adjutant)


First Known Use: 1647


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