charcutier

noun char·cu·tier \ (ˌ)shärˌkütēˈā \

Definition of charcutier

plural -s
1 :a pork butcher
2 :one that prepares or sells charcuterie (see charcuterie 2b)

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Origin and Etymology of charcutier

French, from Middle French chaircuitier, from chair cuite cooked meat, from chair meat, flesh (from Latin carn-, caro) + cuite, feminine of cuit, past participle of cuire to cook, from Latin coquere


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