currier

[kur-ee-er, kuhr-]
noun
1.
a person who dresses and colors leather after it is tanned.
2.
a person who curries horses.

Origin:
1350–1400; curry2 + -er1; replacing Middle English cur(r)iour, cor(r)iour < Anglo-French < Latin coriārius, equivalent to cori(um) leather + -ārius -ary

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Currier

[kur-ee-er, kuhr-]
noun
Nathaniel, 1813–88, U.S. lithographer. Compare Ives ( def 4 ).
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currier (ˈkʌrɪə)
 
n
a person who curries leather
 
[C14: from Old French corier, from Latin coriārius a tanner, from corium leather]

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currier
late 14c., "one who dresses and colors leather," from O.Fr. corier, from L. coriarius "tanner, currier," from corium "hide, leather, skin."
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A currier is a specialist in the leather processing industry.
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