mutineer

mutineer

[myoot-n-eer]
noun
a person who mutinies.

Origin:
1600–10; < Middle French mutinier, equivalent to mutin mutiny, mutinous (meut(e) mutiny < Vulgar Latin *movita, feminine of *movitus, variant of Latin mōtus, past participle of movēre to move + -in -ine1) + -ier -ier2; see -eer

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mutineer (ˌmjuːtɪˈnɪə)
 
n
a person who mutinies

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mutineer
c.1600, from Fr. mutinier (16c.); see mutiny.
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