pronoiar (plural pronoiars)
- One who is granted a pronoia.
- 1984, Bartusis, Mark C., The Late Byzantine Soldier: A Social and Administrative Study, Rutgers University, page 485:
- We can say, without any doubt, that Saravares was a pronoiar. But was he a soldier?
- 1990, Treadgold, Donald W., quoting George Ostrogorsky, History of the Byzantine State, quoted in Freedom: A History, NYU Press, page 113:
- The pronoiar now had the obligation of military service . . . [his] estate was not the private property of the pronoiar, but was unalienable, and to begin with it was also not heritable.