consultor

consultor

[kuhn-suhl-ter]
noun
1.
a member of a secular clergy who advises a bishop.
2.
a specialist who advises the Roman Curia.

Origin:
1620–30; < Latin, equivalent to consul(ere) to consult + -tor -tor

preconsultor, noun
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consult (kənˈsʌlt)
 
vb (when intr, often foll by with)
1.  to ask advice from (someone); confer with (someone)
2.  (tr) to refer to for information: to consult a map
3.  (tr) to have regard for (a person's feelings, interests, etc) in making decisions or plans; consider
4.  (intr) to make oneself available to give professional advice, esp at scheduled times and for a fee
 
[C17: from French consulter, from Latin consultāre to reflect, take counsel, from consulere to consult]
 
con'sultable
 
adj
 
con'sulter
 
n
 
con'sultor
 
n

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