roger de coverley
roger of coverley
Definition of roger de coverley
: sir roger de coverley
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Origin and Etymology of roger de coverley
roger de coverley alteration (influenced by Sir Roger de Coverley, fictitious country gentleman appearing in many numbers of the daily periodical The Spectator conducted 1711–12 in England, from roger of coverley) of roger of coverley, probably from Roger (the name) + of + Coverley (a fictitious place name)
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