Definition of adstipulator in English:

adstipulator

noun

Roman Law
  • Roman Law. A person who acts as a second stipulator in a contract or bargain.

Origin

Mid 17th century (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin adstipulātor (also astipulātor) (in legal context) associate in a stipulation, (in general context) person who supports an opinion, adherent from astipulāt-, past participial stem of astipulārī + -or.

Pronunciation:

adstipulator

/adˈstɪpjʊleɪtə/