whisperer

[ hwis-per-er, wis- ]
/ ˈʰwɪs pər ər, ˈwɪs- /

noun

a person or thing that whispers.
a gossip, talebearer, rumor-monger, or the like.
a person who handles or trains a specified type of animal mostly by means of gestures and has a special talent for communicating with the animal: a horse whisperer; a dog whisperer.
a person who has a special ability to calm, control, or influence another person based on an understanding of that person’s motives, needs, etc.

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Origin of whisperer

First recorded in 1540–50; whisper + -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for whisperer

whisperer
/ (ˈwɪspərə) /

noun

a person or thing that whispers
a person who is able to tame or control animals, esp by talking to them in gentle tonesa horse whisperer
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