judicator

noun ju·di·ca·tor \ -ātə(r) \

Definition of judicator

plural -s
: one that judges or acts as a judge
  • the authority of its judicators called in question
  • —William Robertson †1686

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Origin and Etymology of judicator

Late Latin, from Latin judicatus (past participle of judicare) + -or


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