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fletcher

noun fletch·er \ˈfle-chər\

Definition of FLETCHER

:  a maker of arrows

Origin of FLETCHER

Middle English fleccher, from Anglo-French flecher, from fleche arrow — more at flèche
First Known Use: 14th century

Fletcher

biographical name Fletch·er \ˈfle-chər\

Definition of FLETCHER

John 1579–1625 Eng. dram.

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