Definition of admirator in English:

admirator

noun

rare
  • An admirer.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in William Painter (?1540–1594), translator and administrator. From classical Latin admīrātor person who admires or venerates, admirer from admīrāt-, past participial stem of admīrārī + -or.

Pronunciation:

admirator

/ˈadməreɪtə/