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farrier

noun far·ri·er \ˈfer-ē-ər, ˈfa-rē-\

Definition of FARRIER

:  a person who shoes horses

Origin of FARRIER

alteration of Middle English ferrour, from Anglo-French ferrour blacksmith, from ferrer to shoe (horses), from Vulgar Latin *ferrare, from Latin ferrum iron
First Known Use: 15th century

Other Equestrian Terms

canter, cantle, curry, hunter, paddock, router, skirt, tack

Rhymes with FARRIER

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