a person who serves another; servant, attendant, or, formerly, soldier
Origin of servitorMiddle English servitour ; from Old French ; from Late Latin servitor ; from past participle of Classical Latin servire, to serve
One that performs the duties of a servant to another; an attendant.
Origin of servitorMiddle English servitour, from Anglo-Norman, from Latin serv&imacron;tor, from serv&imacron;re, to serve; see serve.
From Middle English servitour, from Latin servÄ«tor, from Latin servÄ«re, to serve