Meaning of paedicator in English:

paedicator

noun

(also pedicator)
rare
  • A person who commits paedication; one who engages in anal intercourse.

Pronunciation

paedicator

/ˈpiːdɪkeɪtə/ /ˈpɛdɪkeɪtə/

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Owen Felltham (?1602–1668), essayist and poet. From classical Latin paedīcātor person who commits paedication from paedīcāt-, past participial stem of paedīcāre) + -or.