locomotor[lō′kə mōt′ər, lō′kə mōt′ər]
The definition of a locomotor is a machine, person or animal that can move from one place to another.
An example of a locomotor is a lab rat moving around a maze in an experiment.
a machine or organism with power of locomotion
Origin of locomotorloco- + Classical Latin motor, mover
of or relating to locomotion
Of or relating to locomotion; locomotive.
Origin of locomotorLatin locō, from a place, ablative of locus, place + motor.
- Something that is capable of locomotion