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From Proto-Indo-European *déh₃tōr (giver, donor), from the root *deh₃- (to give) (whence also Latin ). Cognates include Ancient Greek δώτωρ (dṓtōr) and Sanskrit दातृ (dā́tar-).

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Dator m.

  1. Someone who gives; a donor.

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EtymologyModificar

From Latin debitor (debtor), ultimately from debitum (debt) < debeo (to owe); influenced by the verb da (to give).

AdjectiveModificar

Dator

  1. indebted (to)
  2. obliged (to)
  3. owing money

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SwedishModificar

Patrono:Sv-noun

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dator

  1. computer

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  • The somewhat common synonym data is usually considered incorrect.

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