- Of or pertaining to an executive (branch of government etc.).
Variant of executor
- a person who gets something done or produced
- a person appointed to carry out the provisions and directions in a testator's will
Origin of executorMiddle English executour ; from Old French and amp; Medieval Latin executor, both ; from Classical Latin executus, exsecutus, past participle of exequi, exsequi, to follow up, pursue ; from ex-, intensive + sequi, to follow: see sequent