Hypothecator
Hypothecator Hy*poth"e*ca`tor, n. (Law) One who hypothecates or pledges anything as security for the repayment of money borrowed.

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  • hypothecator — noun see hypothecate I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hypothecator — See hypothecation. * * * …   Universalium

  • hypothecator — n. one who mortgages, one who signs over something as security …   English contemporary dictionary

  • hypothecator — hy·poth·e·ca·tor …   English syllables

  • hypothecator —  ̷ ̷ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ˌkād.ə(r) noun Etymology: hypothecate (I) + or : one that hypothecates * * * hypothˈecātor noun • • • Main Entry: ↑hypo …   Useful english dictionary

  • hypothecate — I. transitive verb ( cated; cating) Etymology: Medieval Latin hypothecare to pledge, from Late Latin hypotheca pledge, from Greek hypothēkē, from hypotithenai to put under, deposit as a pledge Date: 1681 to pledge as security without delivery of… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hypothecate — hypothecate1 hypothecation, n. hypothecator, n. /huy poth i kayt , hi /, v.t., hypothecated, hypothecating. 1. to pledge to a creditor as security without delivering over; mortgage. 2. to put in pledge by delivery, as stocks given as security for …   Universalium

  • hypothecate — /haɪˈpɒθəkeɪt/ (say huy pothuhkayt) verb (t) (hypothecated, hypothecating) 1. to pledge to a creditor as security without delivering over; mortgage. 2. to put in pledge by delivery, as stocks given as security for a loan. 3. to allocate (tax… …   Australian English dictionary

  • hypothecate — [hī päth′i kāt΄, hipäth′i kāt΄] vt. hypothecated, hypothecating [< ML hypothecatus, pp. of hypothecare, to hypothecate < LL hypotheca: see HYPOTHEC] 1. to pledge (property) to another as security without transferring possession or title 2.… …   English World dictionary

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