Definition of contemptor in English:

contemptor

Pronunciation /kənˈtɛm(p)tə/

noun

  • A person who shows contempt or scorn for someone or something. Also Law: a person who disobeys or disregards a law, court ruling, etc.; a person who is in contempt of court.

Origin

Mid 16th century. From classical Latin contemptor person who despises, scorner from contempt-, past participial stem of contemnere + -or.