elisor

[ ih-lahy-zer ]
/ ɪˈlaɪ zər /

noun Law.

a person appointed by a court to perform the duties of a sheriff or coroner who is disqualified from acting in a certain case.

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Origin of elisor

1400–50; late Middle English elisour < Anglo-French, equivalent to elis- (variant stem of elire to choose < Latin ēligere) + -our -or2
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