voiturier

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French

Noun[edit]

voiturier (plural voituriers)

  1. (historical) One who lets horses and carriages to travellers.
    • 1838, John Murray, A hand-book for travellers in Switzerland and the Alps (page xv)
      When the traveller has no servant of his own, the voiturier cleans the carriage, greases the wheels, and assists in packing and unpacking the baggage.

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

voiture +‎ -ier

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Noun[edit]

voiturier m (plural voituriers)

  1. (originally) a haulier
  2. a valet (person employed to park a vehicle)

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