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cutler

[ kuht-ler ]
/ ˈkʌt lər /
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noun
a person who makes, sells, or repairs knives and other cutting instruments.
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Origin of cutler

1350–1400; Middle English cuteler<Anglo-French, cognate with Middle French coutelier<Late Latin cultellārius, equivalent to Latin cultell(us) knife (see cultellus) + -ārius-ary; see -er2

Other definitions for cutler (2 of 2)

Cutler
[ kuht-ler ]
/ ˈkʌt lər /

noun
Manasseh, 1742–1823, U.S. Congregational clergyman and scientist: promoted settlement of Ohio; congressman 1801–05.
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British Dictionary definitions for cutler

cutler
/ (ˈkʌtlə) /

noun
a person who makes or sells cutlery

Word Origin for cutler

C14: from French coutelier, ultimately from Latin culter knife; see cutlass
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