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lectorn. [L. See Lection.].
     A reader of lections; formerly, a person designated to read lessons to the illiterate.  [1913 Webster]


lector, n.
1 a reader, esp. of lessons in a church service.
2 (fem. lectrice) a lecturer or reader, esp. one employed in a foreign university to give instruction in his or her native language.

L f. legere lect- read



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