troper

noun tro·per \ˈtrōpə(r)\

Definition of troper

plural

-s

  1. :  a medieval book containing tropes or sequences for farsing the sung parts of the mass

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Origin and Etymology of troper

Middle English tropere, from Old English, from Medieval Latin troparium, troperium, from Latin tropus trope


First Known Use: before 12th century


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