Definition of admittatur in English:

admittatur

noun

Education historical US
rare
  • A document verifying a student's admission to a college.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in Samuel Sewall (1652–1730), judge and diarist in America. From classical Latin admittatur ‘let he or she be admitted’, 3rd singular passive present subjunctive of admittere admit.

Pronunciation:

admittatur

/ˌadmɪˈteɪtə//ˌadmɪˈtɑːtə/