transferor

[ trans-fur-er ]
/ trænsˈfɜr ər /

noun Law.

a person who makes a transfer, as of property.

Nearby words

  1. transferee,
  2. transference,
  3. transference number,
  4. transferential,
  5. transfermium,
  6. transferral,
  7. transferrin,
  8. transfiguration,
  9. transfigure,
  10. transfinite

Origin of transferor

First recorded in 1870–75; transfer + -or2

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British Dictionary definitions for transferor

transferor

transferrer

/ (trænsˈfɜːrə) /

noun

property law a person who makes a transfer, as of property
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Word Origin and History for transferor

transferor

n.

1875, agent noun in Latin form from transfer (v.).

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