Conjurator
Conjurator Con"ju*ra`tor, n. [LL.] (O. Eng. Law) One who swears or is sworn with others; one bound by oath with others; a compurgator. --Burrill. [1913 Webster]

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  • conjurator — /kon jeuh ray teuhr/, n. 1. a person who practices conjuration. 2. Law. a conspirator. [1400 50; late ME ( < AF) < ML, equiv. to L conjura(re) to CONJURE + tor TOR] * * * …   Universalium

  • conjurator — /konjareytar/ In old English law, one who swears or is sworn with others; one bound by oath with others; a compurgator; a conspirator …   Black's law dictionary

  • conjurator — /konjareytar/ In old English law, one who swears or is sworn with others; one bound by oath with others; a compurgator; a conspirator …   Black's law dictionary

  • conjurator — A conspirator; a person combining with another or with others in a conjuration. See conjuration …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • conjurator — /kon jeuh ray teuhr/, n. 1. a person who practices conjuration. 2. Law. a conspirator. [1400 50; late ME ( < AF) < ML, equiv. to L conjura(re) to CONJURE + tor TOR] …   Useful english dictionary

  • conjurateur — conjurateur, trice [ kɔ̃ʒyratɶr, tris ] n. • v. 1470; de conjurer ♦ Rare 1 ♦ Personne qui dirige une conjuration. ⇒ conspirateur. 2 ♦ Personne qui conjure (I, 1o). ● conjurateur, conjuratrice nom Personne qui pratique la …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • conjurer — late 14c., from Anglo Fr. conjurour, from O.Fr. conjureur conjurer, magician, exorcist, from L. conjurator, from conjurare (see CONJURE (Cf. conjure)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • conjurer — n magician, conjurator, incantator, evocator, enchanter; sorcerer, wizard, warlock, theurgist; miracle worker, thaumaturgist, wonder worker, fairy godmother; witch, necromancer, shaman; medium, fortuneteller, diviner, dowser, soothsayer,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • conjuror — n. (also conjurer) a performer of conjuring tricks. Etymology: conjure + er(1) & AF conjurour (OF eor) f. med.L conjurator (as conjure) * * * conjuror another form of conjurer, q.v …   Useful english dictionary

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