frailero

[ frahy-lair-oh; Spanish frahy-le-raw ]
/ fraɪˈlɛər oʊ; Spanish fraɪˈlɛ rɔ /

noun, plural frai·le·ros [frahy-lair-ohz; Spanish frahy-le-raws]. /fraɪˈlɛər oʊz; Spanish fraɪˈlɛ rɔs/. Spanish Furniture.

an armchair of the Renaissance, having a leather seat and a leather back stretched between plain wooden members and having a broad front stretcher.

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Also called friar's chair.

Origin of frailero

<Spanish: literally, of, belonging to a friar, derivative of fraile friar
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