7 letter words ending in or
Abactor (n.) One who steals and drives away cattle or beasts by herds or droves.
Abettor (n.) One who abets; an instigator of an offense or an offender.
Adjutor (n.) A helper or assistant.
Aerator (n.) That which supplies with air; esp. an apparatus used for charging mineral waters with gas and in making soda water.
Agistor (n.) Formerly, an officer of the king's forest, who had the care of cattle agisted, and collected the money for the same; -- hence called gisttaker, which in England is corrupted into guest-taker.
Agistor (n.) Now, one who agists or takes in cattle to pasture at a certain rate; a pasturer.
Alienor (n.) One who alienates or transfers property to another.
Anticor (n.) A dangerous inflammatory swelling of a horse's breast, just opposite the heart.
Assizor (n.) A juror.
Athanor (n.) A digesting furnace, formerly used by alchemists. It was so constructed as to maintain uniform and durable heat.
Auditor (a.) A hearer or listener.
Auditor (a.) A person appointed and authorized to audit or examine an account or accounts, compare the charges with the vouchers, examine the parties and witnesses, allow or reject charges, and state the balance.
Auditor (a.) One who hears judicially, as in an audience court.
Aviator (n.) An experimenter in aviation.
Aviator (n.) A flying machine.
Belabor (v. t.) To ply diligently; to work carefully upon.
Belabor (v. t.) To beat soundly; to cudgel.
Betutor (v. t.) To tutor; to instruct.
Bicolor (a.) Alt. of Bicolored
Camphor (n.) A tough, white, aromatic resin, or gum, obtained from different species of the Laurus family, esp. from Cinnamomum camphara (the Laurus camphara of Linnaeus.). Camphor, C10H16O, is volatile and fragrant, and is used in medicine as a diaphoretic, a stimulant, or sedative.
Camphor (n.) A gum resembling ordinary camphor, obtained from a tree (Dryobalanops camphora) growing in Sumatra and Borneo; -- called also Malay camphor, camphor of Borneo, or borneol. See Borneol.
Camphor (v. t.) To impregnate or wash with camphor; to camphorate.
Chantor (n.) A chanter.
Citator (n.) One who cites.
Clangor (v. t.) A sharp, harsh, ringing sound.
Cojuror (n.) One who swears to another's credibility.
Conisor (n.) See Cognizor.
Conusor (n.) See Cognizor.
Countor (v. t.) An advocate or professional pleader; one who counted for his client, that is, orally pleaded his cause.
Curator (n.) One who has the care and superintendence of anything, as of a museum; a custodian; a keeper.
Curator (n.) One appointed to act as guardian of the estate of a person not legally competent to manage it, or of an absentee; a trustee; a guardian.
Debitor (n.) A debtor.
Decolor (v. t.) To deprive of color; to bleach.
Delator (n.) An accuser; an informer.
Devisor (n.) One who devises, or gives real estate by will; a testator; -- correlative to devisee.
Devotor (n.) A worshiper; one given to devotion.
Dilator (n.) One who, or that which, widens or expands.
Dilator (n.) A muscle that dilates any part.
Dilator (n.) An instrument for expanding a part; as, a urethral dilator.
Divisor (n.) The number by which the dividend is divided.
Donator (n.) One who makes a gift; a donor; a giver.
Eductor (n.) One who, or that which, brings forth, elicits, or extracts.
Ejector (n.) One who, or that which, ejects or dispossesses.
Ejector (n.) A jet jump for lifting water or withdrawing air from a space.
Elector (n.) One who elects, or has the right of choice; a person who is entitled to take part in an election, or to give his vote in favor of a candidate for office.
Elector (n.) Hence, specifically, in any country, a person legally qualified to vote.
Elector (n.) In the old German empire, one of the princes entitled to choose the emperor.
Elector (n.) One of the persons chosen, by vote of the people in the United States, to elect the President and Vice President.
Elector (a.) Pertaining to an election or to electors.
Emperor (n.) The sovereign or supreme monarch of an empire; -- a title of dignity superior to that of king; as, the emperor of Germany or of Austria; the emperor or Czar of Russia.
Enactor (n.) One who enacts a law; one who decrees or establishes as a law.
Encolor (v. t.) To color.
Envigor (v. t.) To invigorate.
Equator (n.) The imaginary great circle on the earth's surface, everywhere equally distant from the two poles, and dividing the earth's surface into two hemispheres.
Equator (n.) The great circle of the celestial sphere, coincident with the plane of the earth's equator; -- so called because when the sun is in it, the days and nights are of equal length; hence called also the equinoctial, and on maps, globes, etc., the equinoctial
Erector (n.) One who, or that which, erects.
Erector (n.) A muscle which raises any part.
Erector (n.) An attachment to a microscope, telescope, or other optical instrument, for making the image erect instead of inverted.
Exactor (n.) One who exacts or demands by authority or right; hence, an extortioner; also, one unreasonably severe in injunctions or demands.
Flector (n.) A flexor.
Genitor (n.) One who begets; a generator; an originator.
Genitor (n.) The genitals.
Grantor (n.) The person by whom a grant or conveyance is made.
Heritor (n.) A proprietor or landholder in a parish.
Ignitor (n.) One who, or that which, produces ignition; especially, a contrivance for igniting the powder in a torpedo or the like.
Incisor (n.) One of the teeth in front of the canines in either jaw; an incisive tooth. See Tooth.
Incisor (a.) Adapted for cutting; of or pertaining to the incisors; incisive; as, the incisor nerve; an incisor foramen; an incisor tooth.
Invigor (v. t.) To invigorate.
Janitor (n.) A door-keeper; a porter; one who has the care of a public building, or a building occupied for offices, suites of rooms, etc.
Languor (n.) A state of the body or mind which is caused by exhaustion of strength and characterized by a languid feeling; feebleness; lassitude; laxity.
Languor (n.) Any enfeebling disease.
Languor (n.) Listless indolence; dreaminess. Pope.
Laxator (n.) That which loosens; -- esp., a muscle which by its contraction loosens some part.
Legator (n.) A testator; one who bequeaths a legacy.
Levator (n.) A muscle that serves to raise some part, as the lip or the eyelid.
Levator (n.) A surgical instrument used to raise a depressed part of the skull.
Ligator (n.) An instrument for ligating, or for placing and fastening a ligature.
Locator (n.) One who locates, or is entitled to locate, land or a mining claim.
Lungoor (n.) A long-tailed monkey (Semnopithecus schislaceus), from the mountainous districts of India.
Malodor (n.) An Offensive to the sense of smell; ill-smelling.
Matador (n.) The killer; the man appointed to kill the bull in bullfights.
Matador (n.) In the game of quadrille or omber, the three principal trumps, the ace of spades being the first, the ace of clubs the third, and the second being the deuce of a black trump or the seven of a red one.
Mirador (n.) Same as Belvedere.
Monitor (n.) One who admonishes; one who warns of faults, informs of duty, or gives advice and instruction by way of reproof or caution.
Monitor (n.) Hence, specifically, a pupil selected to look to the school in the absence of the instructor, to notice the absence or faults of the scholars, or to instruct a division or class.
Monitor (n.) Any large Old World lizard of the genus Varanus; esp., the Egyptian species (V. Niloticus), which is useful because it devours the eggs and young of the crocodile. It is sometimes five or six feet long.
Monitor (n.) An ironclad war vessel, very low in the water, and having one or more heavily-armored revolving turrets, carrying heavy guns.
Monitor (n.) A tool holder, as for a lathe, shaped like a low turret, and capable of being revolved on a vertical pivot so as to bring successively the several tools in holds into proper position for cutting.
Nominor (n.) A nominator.
Novator (n.) An innovator.
Obligor (n.) The person who binds himself, or gives his bond to another.
Outdoor (a.) Being, or done, in the open air; being or done outside of certain buildings, as poorhouses, hospitals, etc.; as, outdoor exercise; outdoor relief; outdoor patients.
Pandoor (n.) Same as Pandour.
Paritor (n.) An apparitor.
Pavisor (n.) A soldier who carried a pavise.
Pegador (n.) A species of remora (Echeneis naucrates). See Remora.
Petitor (n.) One who seeks or asks; a seeker; an applicant.
Picador (n.) A horseman armed with a lance, who in a bullfight receives the first attack of the bull, and excites him by picking him without attempting to kill him.
Pledgor (n.) One who pledges, or delivers anything in pledge; a pledger; -- opposed to pledgee.
Potator (n.) A drinker.
Praetor (n.) See Pretor.
Pressor (a.) Causing, or giving rise to, pressure or to an increase of pressure; as, pressor nerve fibers, stimulation of which excites the vasomotor center, thus causing a stronger contraction of the arteries and consequently an increase of the arterial blood pressure; -- opposed to depressor.
Proctor (n.) One who is employed to manage to affairs of another.
Proctor (n.) A person appointed to collect alms for those who could not go out to beg for themselves, as lepers, the bedridden, etc.; hence a beggar.
Proctor (n.) An officer employed in admiralty and ecclesiastical causes. He answers to an attorney at common law, or to a solicitor in equity.
Proctor (n.) A representative of the clergy in convocation.
Proctor (n.) An officer in a university or college whose duty it is to enforce obedience to the laws of the institution.
Proctor (v. t.) To act as a proctor toward; to manage as an attorney or agent.
Proitor (n.) A traitor.
Quatuor (n.) A quartet; -- applied chiefly to instrumental compositions.
Questor (n.) An officer who had the management of the public treasure; a receiver of taxes, tribute, etc.; treasurer of state.
Quittor (n.) A chronic abscess, or fistula of the coronet, in a horse's foot, resulting from inflammation of the tissues investing the coffin bone.
Relator (n.) One who relates; a relater.
Relator (n.) A private person at whose relation, or in whose behalf, the attorney-general allows an information in the nature of a quo warranto to be filed.
Revivor (n.) Revival of a suit which is abated by the death or marriage of any of the parties, -- done by a bill of revivor.
Rotator (n.) that which gives a rotary or rolling motion, as a muscle which partially rotates or turns some part on its axis.
Rotator (n.) A revolving reverberatory furnace.
Scissor (v. t.) To cut with scissors or shears; to prepare with the aid of scissors.
Semilor (n.) A yellowish alloy of copper and zinc. See Simplor.
Senator (n.) A member of a senate.
Senator (n.) A member of the king's council; a king's councilor.
Septuor (n.) A septet.
Sestuor (n.) A sestet.
Signior (n.) Sir; Mr. The English form and pronunciation for the Italian Signor and the Spanish Se?or.
Similor (n.) An alloy of copper and zinc, resembling brass, but of a golden color.
Sponsor (n.) One who binds himself to answer for another, and is responsible for his default; a surety.
Sponsor (n.) One who at the baptism of an infant professore the christian faith in its name, and guarantees its religious education; a godfather or godmother.
Squalor (n.) Squalidness; foulness; filthness; squalidity.
Stentor (n.) A herald, in the Iliad, who had a very loud voice; hence, any person having a powerful voice.
Stentor (n.) Any species of ciliated Infusoria belonging to the genus Stentor and allied genera, common in fresh water. The stentors have a bell-shaped, or cornucopia-like, body with a circle of cilia around the spiral terminal disk. See Illust. under Heterotricha.
Stentor (n.) A howling monkey, or howler.
Stridor (n.) A harsh, shrill, or creaking noise.
Tractor (n.) That which draws, or is used for drawing.
Tractor (n.) Two small, pointed rods of metal, formerly used in the treatment called Perkinism.
Traitor (n.) Hence, one who betrays any confidence or trust; a betrayer.
Traitor (a.) Traitorous.
Traitor (v. t.) To act the traitor toward; to betray; to deceive.
Vavasor (n.) The vassal or tenant of a baron; one who held under a baron, and who also had tenants under him; one in dignity next to a baron; a title of dignity next to a baron.
Visitor () One who visits; one who comes or goes to see another, as in civility or friendship.
Visitor () A superior, or a person lawfully appointed for the purpose, who makes formal visits of inspection to a corporation or an institution. See Visit, v. t., 2, and Visitation, n., 2.
Volador (n.) A flying fish of California (Exoc/tus Californicus): -- called also volator.
Volador (n.) The Atlantic flying gurnard. See under Flying.
Volator (n.) Same as Volador, 1.
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