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hechor (Noun) doer; (Chilean, Andalusian dialects) "wrongdoer"
Very early 17th cent. Old Spanish feitor, fechor. From Latin factor "doer." The transition from "doer" to "wrongdoer" arose because the overseer is often the one responsible when things go awry.
Indo-European
Romance
Asturian fechor, Portuguese feitor