Definition for SEN'A-TOR


  1. A member of a senate. In Rome one of the qualifications of a senator was the possession of property to the amount of 80,000 sesterces, about £7,000 sterling, or thirty thousand dollars. In Scotland, the lords of session are called senators of the college of justice.
  2. A counselor; a judge or magistrate. – Ps. cv.

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