a member of a legislative assembly; lawmaker
Origin of legislatorClassical Latin legis lator, literally , a proposer of a law: for bases see legislation
One who drafts or enacts laws, especially a member of a legislative body.
Origin of legislatorFrench législateur, from Old French, from Latin l&emacron;gis lator : l&emacron;gis, genitive of l&emacron;x, law; see leg- in Indo-European roots + lator, proposer, bearer (from latus, past participle of ferre, to propose, bear; see tel&schwa;- in Indo-European roots).
From Latin lÄ“gislÄtor.