flairer

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From Old French flairier, from Vulgar Latin, Late Latin flāgrāre, present active infinitive of flāgrō, by dissimilation from Latin frāgrō, from Proto-Indo-European *bʰreh₂gro-, from *bʰreh₂g- (to smell) + *-ro-.

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flairer

  1. (transitive) to smell, sniff (at)
  2. (transitive, hunting) to scent
  3. (transitive) to sense

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