agistor


agistor
/ajistar/

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • Agistor — Agister A*gist er, Agistor A*gist or, n. [Anglo Norman agistour.] (Law) (a) Formerly, an officer of the king s forest, who had the care of cattle agisted, and collected the money for the same; hence called {gisttaker}, which in England is… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • agistor — noun a) One who agists or takes in cattle to pasture at a certain rate; a pasturer. b) Formerly, an officer of the kings forest, who had the care of cattle agisted, and collected the money for the same; hence called gisttaker, which in England is …   Wiktionary

  • Agistor — Officer in charge of *agistment; an officer who watched over the king s forests. Cf. Agist; Forest Assizes …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • agistor — n. one who cares for livestock (Archaic) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • agistor — agis·tor …   English syllables

  • agistor — Same as agister …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • agistor — noun see agister …   Useful english dictionary

  • Agister — A*gist er, Agistor A*gist or, n. [Anglo Norman agistour.] (Law) (a) Formerly, an officer of the king s forest, who had the care of cattle agisted, and collected the money for the same; hence called {gisttaker}, which in England is corrupted into… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • gisttaker — Agister A*gist er, Agistor A*gist or, n. [Anglo Norman agistour.] (Law) (a) Formerly, an officer of the king s forest, who had the care of cattle agisted, and collected the money for the same; hence called {gisttaker}, which in England is… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • guest-taker — Agister A*gist er, Agistor A*gist or, n. [Anglo Norman agistour.] (Law) (a) Formerly, an officer of the king s forest, who had the care of cattle agisted, and collected the money for the same; hence called {gisttaker}, which in England is… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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