Feuterer Feu"ter*er, n. [Either fr. G. f["u]tterer feeder, or corrupted fr. OF. vautrier, vaultrier; fr. vaultre, viautre, a kind of hound, fr. L. vertragus, vertraga, a greyhound. The last is of Celtic origin.] A dog keeper. [Obs.] --Massinger. [1913 Webster]

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