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al·ien·or

 (āl′yə-nôr′, ā′lē-ə-)
n.
One that transfers ownership of property to another.
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alienor

(ˈeɪljənə; ˈeɪlɪə-)
n
(Law) law a person who transfers property to another
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al•ien•or

(ˈeɪl yə nər, ˈeɪ li ə-, ˌeɪl yəˈnɔr, ˌeɪ li ə-)

also al•ien•er

(ˈeɪl yə nər, ˈeɪ li ə-)

n. Law.
a person who transfers property.
[1545–55; < Anglo-French alienour < Late Latin aliēnātor. See alienate, -tor]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.alienor - someone from whom the title of property is transferred
grantor - a person who makes a grant in legal form; "conveyed from grantor to grantee"
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