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couter

[ koo-ter ]
/ ˈku tər /
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noun Armor.
a piece of plate armor for the elbow.
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Origin of couter

1325–75; Middle English <Anglo-French, equivalent to Old French coute elbow (<Latin cubitum;see cubit) + Anglo-French -er-er2

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