Janitor

Jan"i*tor

(?), n. [L., fr. janua a door.] 1. A door-keeper; a porter. [Archaic]
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2. One who is employed to care for a public building, or a building occupied for offices, suites of rooms, etc.; a caretaker; -- the duties may include removal of trash, cleaning of the rooms and public areas, and minor repairs.
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Jan"i*tress

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Jan"i*trix

(?), } n. [L. janitrix. See Janitor.] A female janitor.
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