noun perch·er \ˈpərchə(r), ˈpə̄ch-, ˈpəich-\

Definition of percher



  1. :  one that perches: such as a :  a bird having feet adapted for perching b :  a textile worker who inspects cloth c :  a tannery worker who softens hides —called also staker

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Origin and Etymology of percher

2perch + -er

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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