Meaning of unitor in English:

unitor

Pronunciation /juːˈnʌɪtə/ /jʊˈnʌɪtə/

noun

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in William Warner (d. 1609), poet and lawyer. From post-classical Latin unitor person who unites from classical Latin ūnīt-, past participial stem of ūnīre + -or.