Complete Definition of "abactor"

English

Etymology
Latin, from abigere to drive away; ab + agere to drive.

Noun
en-noun

  1. context|legal|obsolete One who steals and drives away cattle or beasts by herds or droves; a cattle rustler.

Synonyms
rustler

Translations
Dutch: runderdief
Portuguese: ladrão de gado


Latin
Etymology
From term|abigo#Latin|abigÅ "to drive away, steal" < term|ab-#Latin|ab- "from" + term|ago#Latin|agÅ "to drive" + term|-or#Latin|-or the agentive suffix

Noun
la-noun|abactor|abactoris|abactoris|m|third

  1. A cattle thief; abactor.
  2. A man who abduct|abducts.
  3. inflection of|abactor#Latin|abactor|voc|s

Inflection
ladecl3par
la-decl-3rd-PAR|abactor|abactor|abactor

Descendants
English: abactor#English|abactor

category:Latin noun forms

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