Definition of theor in US English:

theor

(also theoros)

noun

Ancient Greek History
  • An envoy sent on behalf of a state, especially to consult an oracle or perform a religious rite.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Thomas North (1535–?1603), translator. From (i) post-classical Latin theorus.

Pronunciation

theor

/ˈθɪə/