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brancher

noun branch·er \ˈbranchə(r), -aa-, -ai-, -ȧ-\

Definition of brancher

plural

-s

  1. :  a young bird (such as a fledgling hawk) that has left the nest and taken to the branches

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Origin and Etymology of brancher

Middle English brauncher, from braunche branch + -er


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brancher

noun branch·er \"\

Definition of brancher

plural

-s

  1. :  one that makes artificial flowers or feather designs

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Origin and Etymology of brancher

2branch + -er


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