OBSIGNATOR

OBSIGNATOR

obsignator (ahb-sig-nay-tor or -t[schwa]r), n. [Latin] Roman law. One who affixes a seal, esp. as a witness, to a will or other document. Pl. obsignatores (ahb-sig-n[schwa]-tor-eez).
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