filler

[ fil-er ]
/ ˈfɪl ər /

noun

Origin of filler

First recorded in 1490–1500; fill + -er1

Definition for filler (2 of 2)

fillér

[ fee-lair, fil-air ]
/ ˈfi lɛər, ˈfɪl ɛər /

noun, plural fil·lér.

an aluminum coin of Hungary, the 100th part of a forint.

Origin of fillér

1900–05; < Hungarian < Middle High German vierer type of coin, equivalent to vier four + -er -er1
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filler

/ (ˈfɪlə) /

noun

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Word Origin and History for filler

filler


n.

late 15c., "one who fills," agent noun from fill (v.). Meaning "something used to fill" is from 1590s. Specifically of food products by 1901.

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