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legator Line breaks: lega|tor
Pronunciation: /lɪˈɡeɪtə/

Definition of legator in English:

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.

Words that rhyme with legator

cater, crater, creator, curator, data, debater, delator, dumbwaiter, equator, fascinator, freighter, frustrater, gaiter, grater, gyrator, hater, later, mater, negator, pater, peseta, plater, rotator, skater, slater, stater, tater, traitor, ultimata, understater, upstater, waiter

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