Definition of ordinator
1 : one that ordains into the Christian ministry
2 : one that orders an ordinator of states and a guide to destinies — H. B. Alexander
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Origin and Etymology of ordinator
in sense 1, from Late Latin, from ordinatus + Latin -or; in sense 2, from Latin, from ordinatus + -or
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