Definition of accusator in English:

accusator

noun

historical
  • An accuser; specifically a plaintiff, a prosecutor.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in The Wycliffite Bible (early version). From classical Latin accūsātōr prosecutor of a public trial, accuser, plaintiff, professional prosecutor, informer from accūsāt-, past participial stem of accūsāre + -ōr. Compare Middle French, French accusateur.

Pronunciation:

accusator

/əˈkjuːzətə/