Auditor originally meant "hearer" or "listener." Nowadays it can mean;

Auditor (business): an accountant hired specifically to examine financial records; to conduct an audit.

Auditor (education): a student who attends a course without obligation or credit; who audits a course.

Auditor (poetry): the real or imagined person or people whom the speaker of a poem is addressing.

Auditors of Reality: a type of being in Discworld.

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