creator

[kree-ey-ter]
noun
1.
a person or thing that creates.
2.
the Creator, God.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English creato(u)r < Latin creātor, equivalent to creā(re) to create, be the home of, bear + -tor -tor

creatorship, noun
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creator (kriːˈeɪtə)
 
n
a person or thing that creates; originator
 
cre'atorship
 
n
 
cre'atress
 
fem n
 
cre'atrix
 
fem n

Creator (kriːˈeɪtə)
 
n
the Creator an epithet of God

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Word Origin & History

creator
c.1300, "Supreme Being," from Anglo-Fr. creatour, O.Fr. creator (academic and liturgical, alongside popular creere), from L. creatorem, from creatus (see create). Translated in O.E. as scieppend (from verb scieppan; see shape). Meaning "one who creates" is from 1570s.
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Example sentences
In any case, the work would be out of its creator's hands for good.
What really mattered, they argued, was what each work of art expressed about
  its creator's inner state.
The writer of this blog isn't the creator of said exhibit.
Only a half-wit creator trying to escape hunger, poverty and illness would
  resort to such idiotic demands.
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