(limnitour), the name given to an itinerant and begging friar employed by a convent to collect its dues and promote its temporal interests within certain limits, though under the direction of the brotherhood who employed him. Occasionals the limiter is a person of considerable importance. See Russell's Notes; Works of the English and Scottish Reformers, 2:536. 542.

Definition of limiter

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