Etymology
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emulator (n.)

1580s, "rival, competitor," from Latin aemulator "a zealous imitator, imitative rival," agent noun from aemulari "to rival" (see emulation). The meaning "imitative rival" in English is from 1650s.

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Definitions of emulator

emulator (n.)
someone who copies the words or behavior of another;
Synonyms: copycat / imitator / ape / aper
From wordnet.princeton.edu