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creator (n.)

c. 1300, "the Supreme Being, God considered as the creator of the universe" (also "the communion elements; a crucifix"), from Anglo-French creatour, Old French creator (12c., academic and liturgical, alongside popular creere, Modern French créateur), from Latin creator "creator, author, founder," from creatus (see create). Translated in Old English as scieppend (from verb scieppan; see shape (v.)). Not generally capitalized until KJV. General meaning "one who creates" in any sense is from 1570s. Fem. form creatress is from 1580s (Spenser); creatrix from 1590s.

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Definitions of creator
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creator (n.)
a person who grows or makes or invents things;
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Creator (n.)
terms referring to the Judeo-Christian God;
Synonyms: Godhead / Lord / Maker / Divine / God Almighty / Almighty / Jehovah
From wordnet.princeton.edu