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obligor

[ob-li-gawr, ob-li-gawr] /ˌɒb lɪˈgɔr, ˈɒb lɪˌgɔr/
noun, Law.
1.
a person who is bound to another.
2.
a person who gives a bond.
Origin of obligor
1535-1545
1535-45; oblige + -or2
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obligor

/ˌɒblɪˈɡɔː/
noun
1.
a person who binds himself by contract to perform some obligation; debtor
2.
a person who gives a bond
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Word Origin and History for obligor
n.

"person who binds himself to another by contract," 1540s, agent noun in Latin form from oblige.

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