noun pro·mit·tor \prōˈmitə(r)\

Definition of promittor



  1. :  a planet that promises in the root of a nativity something to be fulfilled when the time of direction shall be accomplished

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Origin and Etymology of promittor

obsolete promit to promise (from Middle English promitten, from Latin promittere) + -or

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to criticize severely

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