alienor

[ eyl-yuh-ner, ey-lee-uh-, eyl-yuh-nawr, ey-lee-uh- ]
/ ˈeɪl yə nər, ˈeɪ li ə-, ˌeɪl yəˈnɔr, ˌeɪ li ə- /

noun Law.

a person who transfers property.

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Also al·ien·er [eyl-yuh-ner, ey-lee-uh-] /ˈeɪl yə nər, ˈeɪ li ə-/.

Origin of alienor

1545–55; obsolete alien (v.), Middle English alienen + -or2; replacing alienour < Anglo-French (compare French aliéneur) < Late Latin aliēnātor. See alienate, -tor
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British Dictionary definitions for alienor

alienor
/ (ˈeɪljənə, ˈeɪlɪə-) /

noun

law a person who transfers property to another
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