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viator

[ vahy-ey-tawr, -ter ]
/ vaɪˈeɪ tɔr, -tər /
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noun, plural vi·a·to·res [vahy-uh-tawr-eez, -tohr-]. /ˌvaɪ əˈtɔr iz, -ˈtoʊr-/.
a wayfarer; traveler.
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Origin of viator

First recorded in 1495–1505; from Latin viātor, equivalent to viā(re) “to travel” (derivative of via “way”) + -tor -tor
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British Dictionary definitions for viator

viator
/ (vaɪˈeɪtɔː) /

noun plural viatores (ˌvaɪəˈtɔːriːz)
rare a traveller

Word Origin for viator

C16: from Latin, from viāre to travel
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