prolocutor

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Etymology[edit]

Latin pro (before) + locūtus (having spoken)

Noun[edit]

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prolocutor (plural prolocutors)

  1. A spokesman, one who speaks on behalf of others.
  2. A chairman of the lower house of a convocation in the Anglican Church.