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dispensator

[ dis-puhn-sey-ter, -pen- ]
/ ˈdɪs pənˌseɪ tər, -pɛn- /
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noun Obsolete.
a person who dispenses; distributor; administrator.
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Origin of dispensator

1350–1400; Middle English dispensatour<Medieval Latin dispēnsātor,Latin: manager, steward, equivalent to dispēnsā(re) (see dispense) + -tor-tor
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