proquaestor

noun
pro·​quaes·​tor | \prōˈkwestə(r)\

Definition of proquaestor 

: one acting for a quaestor especially : a magistrate associated with a proconsul in the administration of an ancient Roman province

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History and Etymology for proquaestor

Late Latin, from Latin pro quaestore, from the phrase pro quaestore (acting) for a quaestor, from pro for + quaestore, ablative of quaestor

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