Definition for AP-PAR'I-TOR

AP-PAR'I-TOR, n. [L. apparo, to prepare, or appareo, to attend.]

Among the Romans, any officer who attended magistrates and judges to execute their orders. In England, a messenger or officer who serves the process of a spiritual court, or a beadle in the university who carries the mace. – Encyc.

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