Serv"i*tor (?), n. [L., fr. servire to serve: cf. F. serviteur.]


One who serves; a servant; an attendant; one who acts under another; a follower or adherent.

Your trusty and most valiant servitor. Shak.

2. Univ. of Oxford, Eng.

An undergraduate, partly supported by the college funds, whose duty it formerly was to wait at table. A servitor corresponded to a sizar in Cambridge and Dublin universities.


© Webster 1913.

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