raconteur


ra·con·teur

noun \ˌra-ˌkän-ˈtər, -kən-\

: someone who is good at telling stories

Full Definition of RACONTEUR

:  a person who excels in telling anecdotes

Origin of RACONTEUR

French, from Middle French, from raconter to tell, from Old French, from re- + aconter, acompter to tell, count — more at account
First Known Use: 1828

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