What is possessor?

  • (noun): A person who owns something.
    Synonyms: owner

Some articles on possessor:

Hungarian Noun Phrase - Possession - Possessive Construction With 2 Nouns
... The possessor is an unsuffixed noun, e.g ... lakása ("István's flat/apartment") The possessor is a noun suffixed with -nak/-nek and the possessed noun is preceded by a/az, e.g ... The first form is used as default and the second is used to emphasize the possessor or for clarity ...
Laal Language - Grammar - Nouns
... possession by following the possessed with the possessor (and modifying the tone or ending of the possessed in some cases), e.g ... according to number and gender, between the possessed and the possessor, e.g ... However, if the possessor is a pronoun, it is suffixed with extensive vowel ablaut (in the first case), or prepositional forms with "at", and optionally the connector as well, are used (in the second ...
Possessor (comics)
... The Possessor is a fictional character appearing in publications from Marvel Comics ... His name comes from his self-given title Possessor of the Runestaff, a powerful alien artifact ...
Totonacan Languages - Grammatical Traits - Possessive Constructions
... languages are marked on the possessed noun rather than on the possessor noun Upper Necaxa Totonac ḭškṵ́šḭ Juan ḭš–kṵ́šḭ Juan 3PO–corn Juan ‘Juan’s. 47) The person of the possessor is indicated by a prefix and the number of the possessor by a suffix, as shown by the follow paradigm from Upper Necaxa (Beck 2011, p ... possessed—that is, they are obligatorily marked for a possessor ...
Possessor (comics) - Powers and Abilities
... The Possessor gains vast superhuman powers through manipulation of cosmic energy, including superhuman strength, durability, and genius intelligence ... The Possessor has the ability to manipulate cosmic energy for a variety of effects, including the projection of concussive force blasts and increasing his size ... The Possessor does not age and is virtually immortal ...

Famous quotes containing the word possessor:

    The very existence of society depends on the fact that every member of it tacitly admits he is not the exclusive possessor of himself, and that he admits the claim of the polity of which he forms a part, to act, to some extent, as his master.
    Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–95)

    Value is the life-giving power of anything; cost, the quantity of labour required to produce it; its price, the quantity of labour which its possessor will take in exchange for it.
    John Ruskin (1819–1900)

    Even in our democratic New England towns the accidental possession of wealth, and its manifestation in dress and equipage alone, obtain for the possessor almost universal respect.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)