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termor

[ tur-mer ]
/ ˈtɜr mər /
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noun Law.
a person who has an estate for a term of years or for life.
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Origin of termor

1250–1300; term + -or2; replacing Middle English termur<Anglo-French termer (see -er2)
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British Dictionary definitions for termor

termor

termer

/ (ˈtɜːmə) /

noun
property law a person who holds an estate for a term of years or until he dies

Word Origin for termor

C14: from Anglo-French termer, from terme term
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