expenditor

expenditor
\\ ̷ ̷ˈ ̷ ̷dəd.ər, -dəˌtȯ(ə)r\ noun (-s)
Etymology: Medieval Latin, from Latin expendere to expend, probably after Latin vendere to sell: venditor seller
: paymaster; specifically : an officer formerly appointed in England to expend the money collected by tax for the repair of sewers

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  • Expenditor — Ex*pend i*tor, n. [LL.] (O. Eng. Law) A disburser; especially, one of the disbursers of taxes for the repair of sewers. Mozley & W. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • expenditor — ex·pen·di·tor …   English syllables

  • John Ellman — (17 October 1753 ndash; 22 November 1832) was an English farmer and stock breeder who developed the Southdown breed of sheep. Ellman was born in Hartfield, Sussex, but moved with his family to Place Farm in Glynde in 1761. He inherited the… …   Wikipedia

  • expenditure — n. 1 the process or an instance of spending or using up. 2 a thing (esp. a sum of money) expended. Etymology: EXPEND, after obs. expenditor officer in charge of expenditure, f. med.L f. expenditus irreg. past part. of L expendere …   Useful english dictionary

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