From Middle English questor, from Latin quaestor, from an old participle form of quaerō.
quaestor (plural quaestors)
- (historical) An Ancient Roman official responsible for public revenue and other financial affairs.
- (historical) The Quaestor sacri palatii of the late Roman Empire and Byzantium; first generally a legislator, then judicial official, and eventually an honorary title by the 14th century.
- (historical) In the Middle Ages, an officer who announced indulgences.
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