Origin of jailer
Related formsun·der·jail·er, noun
Examples from the Web for jailor
One night a jailor entered his dungeon, and, waking him from his sleep, ordered him to follow him.Parkhurst Boys|Talbot Baines Reed
So far, conversation had been carried on in English, of which my jailor could speak but little.Wounded and a Prisoner of War|Malcolm V. (Malcolm Vivian) Hay
Coming back into his cell, the jailor cried out, Your brother is gone off!
How Uncle 'Rasmus may have viewed being left in the cabin to act the double part of jailor and helpless invalid, I know not.The Minute Boys of York Town|James Otis
The jailor pointed to a small bench, and intimated to Amine that she was to sit down.The Phantom Ship|Frederick Marryat