\pˈe͡ɪtɹən], \pˈeɪtɹən], \p_ˈeɪ_t_ɹ_ə_n]\
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n. [Latin, Scottish] Among the Romans, a master who had freed his slave, but retained some rights over him after his emancipation; also, a man of distinction under whose protection another has placed himself;â€”hence, one who countenances, supports, or protects; an advocate; a defender;â€”a guardian saint or angel;â€”one who has the gift and disposition of a benefice;â€”one who has the right of presenting to a vacant ministerial charge.