donator

noun
do·na·tor | \ˈdō-ˌnā-tər, dō-ˈ\

Definition of donator 

: donor

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Examples of donator in a Sentence

a frequent donator of funds to research foundations

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Donators were called to the stage one-by-one including 10-year-old Juan Palomino. Emily Bloch, Sun-Sentinel.com, "Principal gets duct taped for a good cause," 26 May 2017

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First Known Use of donator

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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