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verderer

or ver·de·ror

[ vur-der-er ]
/ ˈvɜr dər ər /
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noun
an English judicial officer in the royal forests having charge especially of the vert, or trees and undergrowth.
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Origin of verderer

1535–45; <Anglo-French verderer,Old French verd(i)er<Latin viridārius, equivalent to virid(is) green + -ārius-ary (see -er2); doubling of -er in Anglo-French perhaps by falsely taking verder as a form of verdureverdure

OTHER WORDS FROM verderer

ver·der·er·ship, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for verderer

verderer
/ (ˈvɜːdərə) /

noun
English legal history a judicial officer responsible for the maintenance of law and order in the royal forests

Word Origin for verderer

C16: from Anglo-French, from Old French verdier, from verd green, from Latin viridis; compare Latin viridārium plantation of trees
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