Limiter

Lim"it*er

(lm"t*r), n. 1. One who, or that which, limits.
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2. A friar licensed to beg within certain bounds, or whose duty was limited to a certain district.

[Formerly written also limitour.]
Chaucer.
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A limitour of the Gray Friars, in the time of his limitation, preached many times, and had but one sermon at all times.
Latimer.
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