Definition of ostreger
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Origin and Etymology of ostreger
Middle English ostringer, from Middle French otrucher, ostricier, from ostour, ostor hawk, from Medieval Latin auceptor, alteration (influenced by Latin avis bird) of Latin acceptor, alteration (influenced by Latin accipere to take, accept) of accipiter
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