American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that acts as judge.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who judges; a judge.
- n. One who acts as a judge.
- Late Latin iūdicātor, from Latin iūdicāre, to judge; see judge. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Part of the dictates of the Khala had advised a caste system, with various tribes falling into one of the three castes of judicator, templar, and khalai.”
“Jake could hardly believe it, but the judicator, a full head shorter and much less powerful than Adun, actually shoved the high templar off the platform.”
“While not exactly Shakespeare, judicator has certainly produced a complete and grammatically correct sentence.”
“James the Saxt, haid anie judicator or cause thair, presentlie, it sould nocht be to judge the fathfull messanger of Jesus Chryst, the King, etc., bot (turning him to the Lard of Burley, standing there) this trator, wha hes committed divers poinets of his treasone against his”
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