Definition of supplicator in English:

supplicator

noun

  • A person who makes a supplication; a suppliant.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Richard Bancroft (bap. 1544, d. 1610), archbishop of Canterbury. From post-classical Latin supplicator suppliant from classical Latin supplicāt-, past participial stem of supplicāre + -or.

Pronunciation

supplicator

/ˈsʌplɪkeɪtə/