- transferor (n.) 1875, agent noun in Latin form from TRANSFER (Cf. transfer) (v.).
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transferor — I noun allotter, assignor, consignor, devisor, donor, grantor, lessor, licensor, payor II index carrier, feoffor, licensor Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
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transferor — noun Date: 1875 one that conveys a title, right, or property … New Collegiate Dictionary
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transferor — trans·fer·or … English syllables