Definition of promittor in US English:

promittor

noun

Astrology
  • A planet, fixed star, or point in the heavens which, when a significator is brought into some particular aspect with it, prognosticates the occurrence of some event.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in William Lilly (1602–1681), astrologer. From promit + -or.

Pronunciation

promittor

/prəˈmɪtə/