donator

noun

do·​na·​tor ˈdō-ˌnā-tər How to pronounce donator (audio)
dō-ˈnā-
: donor

Examples of donator in a Sentence

a frequent donator of funds to research foundations
Recent Examples on the Web Along with the top donators — from Tiffany Haddish to Marlon Wayans — TMZ reports that Perry, 54, made his own massive pledge of $400,000, and noted that Brown is grateful for both his support in particular and the overall generosity of those who've pitched in toward her campaign. Brenton Blanchet, Peoplemag, 23 Feb. 2024 The organizers asked all donators to help with the cost of the rent and operating expenses for the shop. USA TODAY, 10 Jan. 2024 An Alabama sample wedding dress shop and a Louisiana bridal boutique have come forward as the donators of a wedding dress that was recently the subject of a viral TikTok. Tandra Smith | Tsmith@al.com, al, 16 Sep. 2023 Sam Bankman-Fried’s brother Gabriel, for example, was also a prolific donator, as were other people associated with the disgraced founder. Byleo Schwartz, Fortune Crypto, 6 Feb. 2023 Advocates say any restrictions that focus on a donator's sexuality are misguided and unnecessary given modern blood testing capabilities. Jeanine Santucci, USA TODAY, 27 Jan. 2023 Link was an original donator to the show's Kickstarter back in 2015, and for years fans have been asking them to make a sauce for the show. Chris O'Connell, Chron, 6 Apr. 2022 Political loyalties also differed by company, according to the data, which pulled from Federal Election Commission data on primary donations and only includes itemized donations (sums of less than $200 don’t require that a donator list their job). Rani Molla, Vox, 26 June 2019 Donators were called to the stage one-by-one including 10-year-old Juan Palomino. Emily Bloch, Sun-Sentinel.com, 26 May 2017

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Word History

First Known Use

15th century, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of donator was in the 15th century

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“Donator.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/donator. Accessed 17 Jun. 2024.

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