noun Chiefly British.
- farrell, eileen,
- farrell, james thomas,
- farrell, suzanne,
Origin of farrier
Examples from the Web for farrier
And in effect Tressilian did immediately hear the light stroke of a hammer, as when a farrier is at work.Kenilworth|Sir Walter Scott
Are there any of our men besides the farrier who have any knowledge of surgery?Foes in Ambush|Charles King
Bill remarked that he had seen the farrier singe and clip horses, and he always took good care to tie them up tight first.Tales of the Toys, Told by Themselves|Frances Freeling Broderip
The girls were mounted, and I was standing beside them in front of the farrier's, waiting for my horse.Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall|Charles Major
In one of the old cases a horse was sent to a farrier to be cured and was burnt before a cure was completely effected.Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman|Albert Sidney Bolles
noun mainly British
Word Origin for farrier
1560s, from Middle French ferrier "blacksmith," from Latin ferrarius "of iron," also "blacksmith," from ferrum "iron" (in Medieval Latin, also "horseshoe"); see ferro-. An earlier form of it in English was ferrer, ferrour "ironsmith" (late 12c., as a surname).