fluter

[floo-ter]

Origin of fluter

1350–1400; Middle English flouter, floutour < Old French fleuteur, flauteor, equivalent to flaut(er) to play the flute + -eur, -eor < Latin -ōr- -or2 or -ātōr- -ator
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Examples from the Web for fluter

Historical Examples of fluter

  • An' the old-witch boy is a fluter, an' when the old lady want to dance it's the same boy playing for the old lady.


British Dictionary definitions for fluter

fluter

noun
  1. a craftsman who makes flutes or fluting
  2. a tool used to make flutes or fluting
  3. a less common word, used esp in folk music, for flautist
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