souter

or sout·ter

[soo-tuhr]

Origin of souter

before 1000; Middle English sutor, Old English sūtere < Latin sūtor, equivalent to sū-, variant stem of su(ere) to sew1 + -tor -tor

Souter

[soo-ter]
noun
  1. David H.,born 1939, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1990–2009.
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souter

soutar

noun
  1. Scot and Northern English a shoemaker or cobbler

Word Origin for souter

Old English sūtere, from Latin sutor, from suere to sew
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Word Origin and History for souter
n.

"maker or mender of shoes," Old English sutere, from Latin sutor "shoemaker," from suere "to sew, stitch" (see sew).

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