verb (used with object), ded·i·cat·ed, ded·i·cat·ing.
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The dedicator has apparently in this place been guilty of a strange misconception.The Dance of Death
The second was built by Sulla, but the name of Catulus appears as its dedicator, for Sulla died before it was completed.
The employment of initials in a dedication was a recognised mark of a close friendship or intimacy between patron and dedicator.A Life of William Shakespeare
An inscription on the architrave immediately below the figure of Dionysos furnishes the name and date of the dedicator.