Origin of glossator
Examples from the Web for glossator
On this account the glossator has described this system as one with the sixteenfold system of Jaimini.
Thus the glossator writes: "After learning the sacred rites," he desires to know the absolute.
A glossator has added in LA the marginal note "Priests formerly wore cowls."The Latin & Irish Lives of Ciaran|Anonymous
British Dictionary definitions for glossator
Word Origin and History for glossator
"writer of glosses," late 14c., from Medieval Latin glossator, from Latin glossa (see gloss (n.2)). Also in same sense were glossographer (c.1600), glossographist (1774).