noun kil·le·fer \ˈkiləfə(r)\
variants: less commonly



Definition of killefer



  1. :  a tractor-drawn agricultural machine that is used for deep tillage and loosening of the subsoil and consists essentially of one or more wheel-mounted pointed horizontal knives or chisels

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Origin and Etymology of killefer

from the name Killefer

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a trip made at another's expense

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