Definition of affeeror in English:

affeeror

noun

historical
  • A person appointed to determine the values of fines and amercements, typically charged with adjusting a generally prescribed penalty according to the particular circumstances of an offender and his or her offence.

Origin

Early 16th century; earliest use found in John Fitzherbert (d. 1531). From Anglo-Norman afferour, affoerour, affirour assessor of amercements from afferer, affoerer, etc. affeer + -our.

Pronunciation:

affeeror

/əˈfɪərə/