ArendatorAr`en*da"tor\, n. [LL. arendator, arrendator, fr. arendare, arrendare, to pay rent, fr. arenda yearly rent; ad + renda, F. rente, E. rent. Cf. Arrentation and Rent.] In some provinces of Russia, one who farms the rents or revenues. Note: A person who rents an estate belonging to the crown is called crown arendator. --Tooke.
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