Cur"si*tor (k?r"s?-t?r), n. [LL. cursitor, equiv. to L. cursor, fr. cursare to run hither and thither, fr. currere to run. See Current, and cf. Cursor.]

1.

A courier or runner.

[Obs.] "Cursitors to and fro."

Holland.

2. Eng.Law

An officer in the Court of Chancery, whose business is to make out original writs.

 

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