[puhl-sey-ter, puhl-sey-]

Origin of pulsator

First recorded in 1650–60, pulsator is from the Latin word pulsātor one who strikes a lyre. See pulsate, -tor
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British Dictionary definitions for pulsator


  1. a device that stimulates rhythmic motion of a body; a vibrator
  2. any pulsating machine, device, or part
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