What does AGISTOR mean?

AGISTOR meaning in Law Dictionary

one that consumes horses or other animals to pasture at particular rates. Tale, Bailm.


AGISTOR meaning in General Dictionary

previously, an officer of master's forest, who'd the proper care of cattle agisted, and amassed the money for similar; -- hence called gisttaker, that The united kingdomt is corrupted into guest-taker.

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  • Now, one who agists or consumes cattle to pasture at a specific price; a pasturer.

AGISTOR meaning in General Dictionary

(n.) previously, an officer associated with the king's forest, who'd the proper care of cattle agisted, and accumulated the funds for similar; -- hence called gisttaker, that England is corrupted into guest-taker.

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  • (letter.) Now, person who agists or takes in cattle to pasture at a particular rate; a pasturer.