convictor

noun con·vic·tor \-tə(r)\

Definition of convictor

plural

-s

archaic

  1. :  a table companion :  commoner

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Origin and Etymology of convictor

Latin, from convictus (past participle of convivere to live with, feast together, from com- + vivere to live) + -or — more at quick


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