Etymology
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registrar (n.)

"one whose business is to write or keep a register," especially "official who acts as a secretary to a university;" 1670s, shortening of registrary (1540s, long obsolete except at Cambridge), from Medieval Latin registrarius "one who keeps a record" (related to register (n.1)). Earlier were registerer "recorder, historian" (late 15c.), registrer (late 14c.), from the verb.

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Definitions of registrar

registrar (n.)
a person employed to keep a record of the owners of stocks and bonds issued by the company;
registrar (n.)
the administrator responsible for student records;
registrar (n.)
someone responsible for keeping records;
Synonyms: record-keeper / recorder
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