Definitions for violator
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
vi•o•lateˈvaɪ əˌleɪt(v.t.)-lat•ed, -lat•ing.
to break or infringe (a law, promise, instructions, etc.).
to disturb rudely:
to violate someone's privacy.
to assault sexually, esp. to rape.
Category: Common Vocabulary, Law
to treat irreverently or disrespectfully; desecrate:
to violate a church.
Origin of violate:
1400–50; < L violātus, ptp. of violāre to treat with violence
violator, lawbreaker, law offender(noun)
someone who violates the law
violator, debaucher, ravisher(noun)
someone who assaults others sexually
One who violates (a rule, a boundary, another person's body, etc.)
In the publishing and packaging industries, a visual element that intentionally "violates" the underlying design, such as a starburst, color bar or "splat" on a product package or magazine cover intended to attract special attention.
one who violates; an infringer; a profaner; a ravisher