oidor

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

oír +‎ -dor, possibly corresponding to Latin audītor, audītōrem, and therefore a doublet of auditor.

Noun[edit]

oidor m (plural oidores, feminine oidora)

  1. (archaic) judge, magistrate for a royal audiency
  2. hearer

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