- a private person on whose suggestion or complaint certain writs, as a quo warranto, are issued and whose position is analogous to that of a plaintiff.
- a party in interest who is allowed to institute a proceeding in the name of a public official when the right to sue rests exclusively in that official.
- relativistic mass,
- relativistic quantum mechanics,
- relaxant reversal
Origin of relator
Examples from the Web for relator
The credit acquired by such relations seldom pays the relator for the hazard run by the communication.Coelebs In Search of a Wife|Hannah More
There was still a relator, a private secretary of the inquisitor-general, a keeper of the archives, and four minor officials.A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 4|Henry Charles Lea
"It is a very wonderful life—simple, wonderful," she said slowly, thinking more of the relator than of the story.Stover at Yale|Owen Johnson
"The policeman was a kind-hearted, sensible fellow," said the relator of the incident.Robin|Frances Hodgson Burnett
However some may have miscarried by imprudence, or others by ill fortune, he is only the relator, not the author of them.Trips to the Moon|Lucian
"informer," c.1600, from Latin relator, agent noun; see relate.