convocator

convocator

[kon-vuh-key-ter]
noun
1.
a person who convokes a meeting.
2.
a person who takes part in a convocation.

Origin:
1595–1605; < Medieval Latin, equivalent to convocā(re) to convoke + -tor -tor

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convocation (ˌkɒnvəˈkeɪʃən)
 
n
1.  a large formal assembly, esp one specifically convened
2.  the act of convoking or state of being convoked
3.  Church of England either of the synods of the provinces of Canterbury or York
4.  Episcopalian Church
 a.  an assembly of the clergy and part of the laity of a diocese
 b.  a district represented at such an assembly
5.  (sometimes capital) (in some British universities) a legislative assembly composed mainly of graduates
6.  (in India) a degree-awarding ceremony
7.  (in Australia and New Zealand) the graduate membership of a university
 
convo'cational
 
adj
 
'convocator
 
n

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