troveor

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Old French[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

trover +‎ -eor, or possibly corresponding to a Gallo-Vulgar Latin *tropatōre(m), accusative of *tropātor, from the verb *tropō, tropāre, from Latin tropus. Cognate to Old Provençal trobador.

Noun[edit]

troveor m (oblique plural troveors, nominative singular trovere, nominative plural troveor)

  1. lyric poet
  2. author; writer
  3. finder (one who finds)

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