Definition of fulgurator in English:

fulgurator

noun

rare, historical
  • A person (especially an Etruscan or Roman priest) who interprets omens from the action of lightning.

Origin

Early 18th century. From classical Latin fulgurātor person who interprets omens given by lightning, (as a title of Jupiter) sender of lightning from fulgurāt-, past participial stem of fulgurāre + -or.

Pronunciation

fulgurator

/ˈfʌlɡjʊˌreɪtə/