Larderer
Larderer \Lard"er*er\, n. One in charge of the larder. [1913 Webster]

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  • larderer — lar·der·er …   English syllables

  • larderer — ˈlärdərər, ˈlȧdərə(r noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English larderere, from larder + ere er archaic : one in charge of a larder …   Useful english dictionary

  • Roger (larderer) — Infobox bishopbiog name =Roger religion =Catholic See =Diocese of Hereford Title = Bishop of Hereford elect Period = 1102 Predecessor = Gerard Successor =Reynelm ordination = bishops = post = date of birth = place of birth = date of death… …   Wikipedia

  • lardiner — d(ə)nə(r) noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English, larder, larderer, from Anglo French, larderer, irregular from Old French lardier larder 1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Serjeanty — Tenure by serjeanty was a form of land holding in Medieval England (and is also used of similar forms in Continental Europe) under the feudal system, intermediate between tenure by knight service and tenure in socage.Origins and developmentIt… …   Wikipedia

  • Larder — A larder is a cool area for storing food prior to use.Larders were commonplace in houses before the widespread use of the refrigerator.Essential qualities of a larder are that it should be: *as cool as possible *close to food preparation areas… …   Wikipedia

  • Larder — This interesting surname is an Anglo French metonymic occupational name for a high official in the retinue of a royal or noble household. The surname is equally recorded in many spellings forms in both countries. The official position of Larder… …   Surnames reference

  • Lardeur — This interesting surname is an Anglo French metonymic occupational name for a high official in the retinue of a royal or noble household. The surname is equally recorded in many spellings forms in both countries. The official position of Larder… …   Surnames reference

  • Lardier — This interesting surname is an Anglo French metonymic occupational name for a high official in the retinue of a royal or noble household. The surname is equally recorded in many spellings forms in both countries. The official position of Larder… …   Surnames reference

  • Larderot — This interesting surname is an Anglo French metonymic occupational name for a high official in the retinue of a royal or noble household. The surname is equally recorded in many spellings forms in both countries. The official position of Larder… …   Surnames reference

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