noun lor·i·mer \ˈlȯrəmə(r)\
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Definition of lorimer



  1. :  a maker of bits, spurs, and metal mountings for bridles and saddles

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Origin and Etymology of lorimer

Middle English lorimer, loriner, from Old French lormier, lorenier, from lorain strap holding a horse's saddle (from Late Latin loramentum harness, straps, from Latin lorum strap + -mentum -ment) + -ier -er

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a brief usually trivial fact

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