noun tax·or \ˈtaksə(r)\

Definition of taxor



  1. :  one of two former officers at the older British universities empowered to regulate the prices of students' lodgings and food

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Origin and Etymology of taxor

Middle English taxour assessor, from Anglo-French, from Old French taxer to tax + Anglo-French -our -or — more at tax

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