Manurer \Ma*nur"er\, n. One who manures land. [1913 Webster]

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  • manurer — noun see manure I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • manurer — See manure. * * * …   Universalium

  • manurer — noun A person that deals with manure, especially one engaged in natural fertilizers …   Wiktionary

  • manurer — ma·nur·er …   English syllables

  • manurer — rə(r) noun ( s) : one that manures …   Useful english dictionary

  • manure — manurer, n. manurial, adj. manurially, adv. /meuh noor , nyoor /, n., v., manured, manuring. n. 1. excrement, esp. of animals, or other refuse used as fertilizer. 2. any natural or artificial substance for fertilizing the soil. v.t. 3. to treat… …   Universalium

  • manure — I. transitive verb (manured; manuring) Etymology: Middle English manouren, from Anglo French mainouverer, meinourer to till (land), construct, create, from Medieval Latin manu operare to perform manual labor, from Latin manu by hand + operari to… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • manurial — See manurer. * * * …   Universalium

  • manure — /məˈnjuə / (say muh nyoohuh) noun 1. any natural or artificial substance for fertilising the soil. 2. excrement, especially of animals used as fertiliser. –verb (t) (manured, manuring) 3. to treat (land) with fertilising matter; apply manure to.… …   Australian English dictionary

  • manure — [mə noor′, mənyoor′] vt. manured, manuring [ME manouren, orig., to farm (land) < Anglo Fr maynoberer < OFr manouvrer, to cultivate, lit., to work with the hands: see MANEUVER] to put manure on or into (soil) n. [< MANURE the vt.] animal… …   English World dictionary

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