Definition of examinator in US English:

examinator

noun

Scottish
rare, historical
  • 1A person who conducts, sets, or marks examinations to test knowledge, skill, or competence.

  • 2Law. A person who conducts a judicial inquiry, or who formally questions a witness; = "examiner". Frequently in "lord examinator": a judge presiding over a hearing.

Origin

Late 15th century; earliest use found in William Caxton (1415x24–1492), printer, merchant, and diplomat. From post-classical Latin examinator investigator, explorer (early 3rd cent. in Tertullian), judge, academic examiner, assayer from classical Latin exāmināt-, past participial stem of exāmināre + -or.