lessor
Contents
1English
1.1Alternative forms
1.2Etymology
1.3Noun
1.3.1Synonyms
1.3.2Antonyms
1.3.3Translations
1.4Anagrams
English​[​edit​]
Alternative forms​[​edit​]
lessour (​obsolete​)
Etymology​[​edit​]
From Middle English lessour, from Anglo-Norman lessour.
Noun​[​edit​]
lessor (plural lessors)
(law) The owner of property that is leased.
Synonyms​[​edit​]
landlord, lease provider
Antonyms​[​edit​]
lessee
Translations​[​edit​]
owner of property that is leased
Anagrams​[​edit​]
Rosels, Solers, losers, rossel, slores, solers, sorels
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