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Lector

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Lectors

Lector (plural Lectors)
  1. A lay person who reads aloud certain religious texts in a church service
  2. A public lecturer or reader at some universities

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Latin lēctor

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Lector m. (plural Lectors)

  1. reader

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lēctor (genitive lēctōris); m, third declension

  1. A reader (person who reads to someone)

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Latin lēctor.

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Lector m. (feminine lectora, masculine plural lectores, feminine plural lectoras)

  1. reading
  2. reading aloud to other people

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Lector m. (feminine lectora, masculine plural lectores, feminine plural lectoras)

  1. reader

el:lector fr:lector gl:lector io:lector la:lector pl:lector pt:lector ro:lector ru:lector fi:lector th:lector zh:lector

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