One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Originally and chiefly US. A person who makes a claim to land or mining rights, or takes up a grant of land, by establishing and registering the boundaries of the claim or grant.
2Something which locates; a device or system used for determining the position or location of something; = "locator".
Early 19th century. From locate + -er.
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