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A deceased person who has left a legally valid will.
[Middle English testatour, from Anglo-Norman, from Latin testātor, from testārī, to make one's will; see testament.]
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testator(tɛˈsteɪtə) or feminine
(Law) a person who makes a will, esp one who dies testate
[C15: from Anglo-French testatour, from Late Latin testātor, from Latin testārī to make a will; see testament]
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tes•ta•tor(ˈtɛs teɪ tər, tɛˈsteɪ tər)
a person who makes a will, esp. one who has died leaving a valid will.
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|Noun||1.||testator - a person who makes a will|
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
devisor - someone who devises real property in a will
testatrix - a female testator
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testator[tesˈteɪtəʳ] N → testador m
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n → Erblasser(in) m(f) (form)
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