One who commits burglary.
A person who commits burglary.
The definition of a burglar is a person who enters a building or dwelling with the intent to steal something from inside.
A person who breaks into a house to steal a TV is an example of a burglar.
An individual who commits burglary.
Origin of burglar
Middle English, shortened from Middle English burgulator, from Medieval Latin (Anglo-Latin) burglātor, from Old French burgeor (“burglar”), from Medieval Latin burgātor (“burglar”), from burgāre (“to commit burglary”), from Late Latin burgus (“fortified town”), probably from Frankish *burg (“fortress”), from Proto-Germanic *burgz, *burgiją (“borough, watch-tower”), from Proto-Indo-European *bhergh2- (“high, heights”). The -l- may have been inserted under influence from Latin latro (“thief”).