arbitrer

[ahr-bi-trer]

Origin of arbitrer

1350–1400; Middle English arbitrour < Anglo-French < Late Latin arbitrātōr-; see arbitrator
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Word Origin and History for arbitrer
n.

late 14c., from Anglo-French arbitrour, Old French arbitreor (13c.), from Old French arbitrer (see arbitrage).

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