Definition of fiador
: a cord fastened to a hackamore and acting as a throatlatch
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Origin and Etymology of fiador
Spanish, literally, guarantor, from fiado (past participle of fiar to trust, guarantee, from—assumed—Vulgar Latin fidare, alteration of Latin fidere to trust) + -or — more at bide
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