Definition of plauditor in US English:

plauditor

noun

  • A person who applauds; a person who praises or expresses approval.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in Jane Barker (bap. 1652, d. ?1727), poet and novelist. Either irregularly from plaudit + -or, or irregularly from classical Latin plaudere plaud ( plaudit- being erroneously taken as past participial stem) + -or; perhaps by association with auditor.

Pronunciation

plauditor

/ˈplɔːdɪtə/