trustor

[ truhs-ter, truh-stawr ]
/ ˈtrʌs tər, trʌˈstɔr /

noun Law.

a person who creates a trust.

Nearby words

  1. trustification,
  2. trusting,
  3. trustingly,
  4. trustless,
  5. trustlessly,
  6. trustworthy,
  7. trusty,
  8. truth,
  9. truth claim,
  10. truth drug

Origin of trustor

First recorded in 1530–40; trust + -or2

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