prolocutor

[ proh-lok-yuh-ter ]
/ proʊˈlɒk yə tər /

noun

a presiding officer of an assembly; chairperson.
Church of England. the chairperson of the lower house of a convocation.

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Origin of prolocutor

1400–50; late Middle English: one who speaks for another <Latin prōlocūtor one who speaks out, equivalent to prōlocū- (variant stem of prōloquī to speak forth; prō-pro-1 + loquī to speak) + -tor-tor

OTHER WORDS FROM prolocutor

pro·loc·u·tor·ship, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for prolocutor

prolocutor
/ (prəʊˈlɒkjʊtə) /

noun

a chairman, esp of the lower house of clergy in a convocation of the Anglican Church

Derived forms of prolocutor

prolocutorship, noun

Word Origin for prolocutor

C15: from Latin: advocate, from pro- 1 + loquī to speak
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