chanteor

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Old French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin cantōrem, accusative singular of cantor. Equivalent to Old French chanter +‎ -eor; the nominative form chantere derives from the Latin nominative. Alternatively, from a Latin cantator, cantatorem.

Noun[edit]

chanteor m (oblique plural chanteors, nominative singular chantere, nominative plural chanteor)

  1. (oblique form) singer

Descendants[edit]