Definition of venator in English:

venator

noun

Archaic
  • A hunter.

    • ‘Its back bears a relief showing a venator fighting a powerful wild boar.’
    • ‘The venator fired his tenth and final arrow.’
    • ‘In the woods a place is found for any who feel disposed to play the venator.’
    • ‘The trained and armed venators were more than a match for the beasts.’
    • ‘I am grieved when I find a venator, of your experience and observation, following the current of vulgar error.’
    huntsman, huntswoman, stalker, trapper, woodsman
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Origin

Mid 17th century: Latin, from venari to hunt.

Pronunciation:

venator

/vɪˈneɪtə/