Etymology
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imitator (n.)

1520s, from French imitateur (14c.) or directly from Latin imitator "a copyist; a mimic," from imitari "to copy, imitate" (from PIE root *aim- "to copy").

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Definitions of imitator

imitator (n.)
someone who (fraudulently) assumes the appearance of another;
Synonyms: impersonator
imitator (n.)
someone who copies the words or behavior of another;
Synonyms: copycat / emulator / ape / aper
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