servitor

  • 1 servitor — SERVITÓR, OÁRE, servitori, oare, s.m. şi f. Persoană angajată în serviciul cuiva pentru treburi casnice; p. gener. orice persoană care munceşte la stăpân; slugă. – Din fr. serviteur. Trimis de claudia, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  SERVITÓR s. 1.… …

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  • 2 Servitor — Serv i*tor, n. [L., fr. servire to serve: cf. F. serviteur.] 1. One who serves; a servant; an attendant; one who acts under another; a follower or adherent. [1913 Webster] Your trusty and most valiant servitor. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. (Univ. of… …

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  • 3 servitor — [sʉr′və tər] n. [ME servitour < OFr < LL servitor < pp. of L servire, to SERVE] a person who serves another; servant, attendant, or, formerly, soldier …

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  • 4 Servitor — In certain universities (including some colleges of University of Oxford and the University of Edinburgh), a servitor was an undergraduate student who received free accommodation (and some free meals), and was exempted from paying fees for… …

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  • 5 servitor — UK [ˈsɜː(r)vɪtə(r)] / US [ˈsɜrvɪtər] noun [countable] Word forms servitor : singular servitor plural servitors an old word meaning a servant …

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  • 6 servitor — noun Etymology: Middle English servitour, from Anglo French, from Late Latin servitor, from Latin servire to serve Date: 14th century a male servant …

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  • 7 servitor — /serr vi teuhr/, n. 1. a person who is in or at the service of another; attendant. 2. a glass worker who blocks the gather and does the preliminary blowing of glass for the gaffer. [1300 50; ME servitour < AF < LL servitor, equiv. to L servi(re)… …

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  • 8 Servitor —    Occurs only in 2 Kings 4:43, Authorized Version (R.V., servant ). The Hebrew word there rendered servitor is elsewhere rendered minister, servant (Ex. 24:13; 33:11). Probably Gehazi, the personal attendant on Elisha, is here meant …

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  • 9 servitor — ser•vi•tor [[t]ˈsɜr vɪ tər[/t]] n. a servant or attendant • Etymology: 1300–50; ME servitour < AF < LL servītor= L servī(re) to serve+ tor tor …

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  • 10 servitor — noun a) one who performs the duties of a servant. b) one who serves in an army; a soldier …

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  • 11 servitor — ser·vi·tor || sÉœrvɪtÉ™(r) / sɜː n. aide, helper, one who serves as an assistant to another person …

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  • 12 servitor — [ sə:vɪtə] noun 1》 archaic a person who serves or attends on a social superior. 2》 historical an Oxford undergraduate performing menial duties in exchange for assistance from college funds. Derivatives servitorship noun Origin ME: via OFr. from… …

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  • 13 servitor — n. Servant, attendant, dependant, retainer, squire, lackey, valet, waiter, footman …

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  • 14 servitor — noun (C) old use a male servant …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 15 servitor — ser·vi·tor …

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  • 16 servitor — /ˈsɜvətə/ (say servuhtuh) noun someone who is in or at the service of another; an attendant. {Middle English, from Old French, from Late Latin} …

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  • 17 servitör — s ( en, er) …

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  • 18 servitor — servitour m. serviteur …

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  • 19 servitor — n. 1 archaic a a servant. b an attendant. 2 hist. an Oxford undergraduate performing menial duties in exchange for assistance from college funds. Derivatives: servitorship n. Etymology: ME f. OF f. LL (as SERVE) …

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  • 20 Servitor (disambiguation) — Servitor may be used in the following contexts:*Servitor, an Oxford University undergraduate student who received free accommodation *Servitors, menial laborers of the Tech Priests in the Warhammer 40,000 universe *Imar the Servitor, a 1914… …

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