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    What is the meaning of Auctor?

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    Dictonary.com doesn't know.

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    Wikipedia has the answer- it's a book by a renowned scholar, called auctor, as basic course literature:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auctor

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Wikipedia has the answer- it's a book by a renowned scholar, called auctor, as basic course literature:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auctor
    Good job that man! ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shane
    Dictonary.com doesn't know.

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    Yes I am sure. :mad:

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    Quote Originally Posted by shane
    Dictonary.com doesn't know.


    I found this :
    AUCTOR: Dictionary Entry and Meaning
    Matching Terms: auctorial

    Definition: [adj] of or by or typical of an author; "authorial comments"; "auctorial flights of imagination"

    Synonyms: authorial

    Plus it is a Latin word.
    8)
    Definition:-
    auctor - author, originator.



    http://latin.realdictionary.com/Latin/auctor.asp


    http://www.hyperdictionary.com/searc...?define=Auctor

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    Well done. It seems dictionary.com doesn't know everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shane
    Well done. It seems dictionary.com doesn't know everything.
    Who knows everything?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProudToBeMuslim

    Who knows everything?
    I've met a few people in my time who seem to think they know everything. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shane
    Well done. It seems dictionary.com doesn't know everything.
    Webster's unabridged doesn't know everything either, but it knew this:

    Main Entry:auctor
    Pronunciation:**k*t*(*)r, *a*k-
    Function:noun
    Inflected Form:plural auctors \-rz\ ; also auctores \**t**r*z\
    Etymology:Latin, author * more at AUTHOR

    : the author or source (as a vendor or assignor) of a right or title : PRINCIPAL

    :wink:

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