WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2015
trad•i•tor  (tradi tər), 
n., pl. trad•i•to•res 
    (trad′i tôrēz, -tōr-). 
  1. an early Christian who betrayed other Christians at the time of the Roman persecutions.
  • Latin trāditor traitor, equivalent. to trādi-, variant stem of trādere (see tradition) + -tor -tor
  • Middle English 1325–75

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traditor /ˈtrædɪtə/ n ( pl traditores /ˌtrædɪˈtɔːriːz/, traditors)
  1. a Christian who betrayed his fellow Christians at the time of the Roman persecutions
Etymology: 15th Century: from Latin: traitor, from trādere to hand over

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