tregetour

noun treg·et·our \ˈtrejətə(r)\

Definition of tregetour

plural

-s

archaic

  1. :  juggler, magician

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Origin and Etymology of tregetour

Middle English, from Old French tresgeteor, from tresgeter to throw across, juggle (from tres- across—from Latin trans-—+ geter, jeter to throw, from Latin jactare) + -eor -or — more at jet


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