Meaning of allegator in English:

allegator

Pronunciation /ˈalɪɡeɪtə/

noun

  • A person who alleges something, or who makes an allegation.

    Originally and chiefly with punning allusion to "alligator".

Origin

Early 17th century (in an earlier sense). From post-classical Latin allegator person who alleges or adduces proof from classical Latin allēgāt-, past participial stem of allēgāre + -or.