- a person who is in or at the service of another; attendant.
- a glass worker who blocks the gather and does the preliminary blowing of glass for the gaffer.
Origin of servitor
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Examples from the Web for servitor
All genius now is, at its best, but a servitor—well or ill fed.
Sin-gashid, of Uruk, servitor of Lugal-banda and Nin-gul, 95-6.The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria
As was usual when he or any other servitor was in attendance on Waring, the reward had been munificent.Waring's Peril
There could be no higher honor than to be the servitor of this man's lady.A Voice in the Wilderness
Grace Livingston Hill
They were interrupted at that moment by the servitor, to whom the reader has already been introduced.The Hot Swamp
- archaic a person who serves another
C14: from Old French servitour, from Late Latin servītor, from Latin servīre to serve
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