destrier


des·trier

noun \ˈdes-trē-ər, də-ˈstrir\

Definition of DESTRIER

archaic
:  warhorse; also :  a charger used especially in medieval tournaments

Origin of DESTRIER

Middle English, from Anglo-French destrer, destrier, from destre right hand, from Latin dextra, from feminine of dexter
First Known Use: 14th century

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