archer

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from Middle English archer, archere, from Old French archier, from Latin arcarius, alteration of arcuarius, from Latin arcus (bow).

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archer (plural archers)

  1. One who shoots an arrow from a bow or a bolt from a crossbow.
  2. (historical, obsolete) The bishop in chess.

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archer

  1. comparative form of arch: more arch

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From arche, a variant of arc (bow) + -er, or from Middle French archier, from Old French archier, from Late Latin arcārius, alteration of arcuārius, from Latin arcus (bow).

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archer m (plural archers, feminine archère)

  1. archer

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