pledgor
noun see pledge II

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • pledgor — index debtor, obligor Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 pledgor …   Law dictionary

  • pledgor — UK US (also pledger) /ˈpledʒər/ noun [C] ► FINANCE a person who borrows money and offers a pledge for the loan: »A pawnbroker can sell the pledgor s goods when the loan is not repaid. → Compare PLEDGEE(Cf. ↑pledgee) …   Financial and business terms

  • pledgor — [plej′ər, ple jôr′] n. Law a person who delivers something as security: distinguished from PLEDGEE …   English World dictionary

  • Pledgor — Pledgeor Pledge*or , Pledgor Pledg*or , n. (Law) One who pledges, or delivers anything in pledge; a pledger; opposed to {pledgee}. [1913 Webster] Note: This word analogically requires the e after g, but the spelling pledgor is perhaps commoner.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pledgor — /plej awr /, n. Law. a person who deposits personal property as a pledge. [PLEDGE + OR2] * * * …   Universalium

  • pledgor — ple dÊ’É”r / dʒɔː n. one who mortgages; one who gives property as security …   English contemporary dictionary

  • pledgor — pled·gor …   English syllables

  • pledgor — /plɛˈdʒɔ/ (say ple jaw) noun Law someone who deposits personal property as a pledge …   Australian English dictionary

  • pledgor — /ˌpledʒ ɔ:/ noun a person who pledges a piece of his or her property as security for a loan …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • pledgor — /plejar/ The party delivering goods in pledge; the party pledging …   Black's law dictionary

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