Definition of accruer in English:

accruer

noun

Law
  • The action of accruing; = accretion; an instance of this; right of accruer: the right to benefit from the action of accretion, especially in the context of shares under probate or trusts.

Origin

Mid 17th century. From accrue + -er, after nouns in the field of legal terminology with the ending -er derived from the infinitive forms of French verbs.

Pronunciation:

accruer

/əˈkruːə/