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astringer

[as-trin-jer] /ˈæs trɪn dʒər/
noun, Falconry.
1.
a person who trains and flies short-winged hawks, as the goshawk.
Origin
late Middle English
1425-1475
1425-75; late Middle English ostringer, alteration, with intrusive n, as in passenger, of Middle French ostricier, derivative of ostour hawk < Medieval Latin auceptor, Latin acceptor, alteration of accipiter accipiter
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