Definition of phrator in English:

phrator

noun

Ancient Greek History
  • A member, especially a fellow member, of a phratry.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in George Grote (1794–1871), historian and politician. From Hellenistic Greek ϕράτωρ, variant of ancient Greek ϕράτηρ clansman from the same Indo-European base as brother [interjection].

Pronunciation

phrator

/ˈfreɪtɔː/