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Webster 1913 Edition


Limiter

Lim′it-er

(lĭm′ĭt-ẽr)
,
Noun.
1.
One who, or that which, limits.
2.
A friar licensed to beg within certain bounds, or whose duty was limited to a certain district.
[Formerly written also
limitour
.]
Chaucer.
A
limitour
of the Gray Friars, in the time of his limitation, preached many times, and had but one sermon at all times.
Latimer.

Webster 1828 Edition


Limiter

LIM'ITER

, n.
1.
He or that which limits or confines.
2.
A friar licensed to beg within certain bounds, or whose duty was limited to a certain district.

Definition 2022


limiter

limiter

English

Noun

limiter (plural limiters)

  1. That which limits.
    The limiter automatically put on the brakes to keep the machine from going too fast.

Anagrams


French

Etymology

limite + -er

Pronunciation

Verb

limiter

  1. to mark, to limit (to show a physical limit or boundary)
  2. to limit (to state a limit for)

Conjugation

Anagrams


Ladin

Verb

limiter

  1. to limit

Conjugation


Latin

Verb

līmiter

  1. first-person singular present passive subjunctive of līmitō