etymologer

noun
et·​y·​mol·​o·​ger | \ ˌetəˈmäləj(ə)r, ˌetə-\
plural -s

Definition of etymologer

archaic

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First Known Use of etymologer

1610, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for etymologer

probably from obsolete etymologe, verb, to derive etymologically (from Greek etymologein, from etymon + -logein to discourse, from logos speech) + -er entry 1

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