Definition for SERV'I-TOR

SERV'I-TOR, n. [It. servitore; Sp. servidor; Fr. serviteur; from L. servio, to serve.]

  1. A servant; an attendant. – Hooker.
  2. One that acts under another; a follower or adherent. – Davies.
  3. One that professes duty and obedience. – Shak.
  4. In the university of Oxford, a student who attends on another for his maintenance and learning; such as is called in Cambridge, a sizer. – Encyc.

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