Definition of legator in English:

legator

Syllabification: le·ga·tor
Pronunciation: /liˈɡātər
 
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noun

rare
A testator, especially one who leaves a legacy.

Origin

mid 17th century: from Latin, from legat- 'deputed, delegated, bequeathed', from the verb legare.

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