One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person who ministers or administers something. Formerly also: †an executor of a will (obsolete).
Late Middle English. From classical Latin ministrātor servant, attendant, in post-classical Latin also person who administers justice, ecclesiastical official, person who administers the sacrament from ministrāt-, past participial stem of ministrāre + -or. Compare Middle French ministrateur, Old Occitan ministrador, Portuguese † ministrador, Spanish † ministrador.
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