Definition of arrogator in English:

arrogator

noun

  • 1A person who claims for himself or herself a right, power, quality, etc., falsely or without justification.

  • 2Roman Law. A person who adrogates; = adrogator. Now rare.

Origin

Early 17th century. Partly from arrogate + -or.

Pronunciation

arrogator

/ˈarəɡeɪtə/