revelator

[rev-uh-ley-ter]
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noun

a person who makes a revelation.

Origin of revelator

1795–1805; < Late Latin revēlātor, equivalent to Latin revēlā(re) (see reveal) + -tor -tor
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Word Origin and History for revelator
n.

1801, agent noun from obsolete verb revelate "reveal" (1510s), from Latin revelatus, past participle of revelare (see reveal).

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