courtier

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Etymology[edit]

From Anglo-Norman corteour, from Old French cortoiier, from cort ‎(court).

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courtier ‎(plural courtiers)

  1. A person in attendance at a royal court.
  2. A person who flatters in order to seek favour.

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Noun[edit]

courtier m ‎(plural courtiers)

  1. broker; stockbroker

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