Definition of traditor
1 obsolete : traitor
2 : one of the Christians giving up to the officers of the law the Scriptures, the sacred vessels, or the names of their brethren during the Roman persecutions
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Origin and Etymology of traditor
Middle English traditour traitor, from Latin traditor — more at traitor
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