[ flesh-er ]
/ ˈflɛʃ ər /


a person who fleshes hides.
a tool for fleshing hides.


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Origin of flesher

First recorded in 1325–75, flesher is from the Middle English word fleshour. See flesh, -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for flesher

/ (ˈflɛʃə) /


a person or machine that fleshes hides or skins
Scot a person who sells meat; butcher
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