noun ar·mi·ger \ˈär-mi-jər\

Definition of ARMIGER

:  squire
:  one entitled to bear heraldic arms
ar·mig·er·al \är-ˈmi-jə-rəl\ adjective

Origin of ARMIGER

Medieval Latin, from Latin, armor-bearer, from armiger bearing arms, from arma arms + gerere to carry
First Known Use: 1577


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