Definition of sectator
: a usually devoted follower (as of a teacher or leader) : disciple
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Origin and Etymology of sectator
Middle French sectateur, from Latin sectator, from sectatus (past participle of sectari to follow, accompany, frequentative of sequi to follow) + -or — more at sue
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