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fletcher (n.)

"arrow-maker," early 14c. (as a surname attested from 1203), from Old French flechier "maker of arrows," from fleche "arrow," which is probably from Frankish, from Proto-Germanic *fleug-ika- (compare Old Low German fliuca, Middle Dutch vliecke), from PIE *pluk- "to fly," extended form of root *pleu- "to flow."

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Definitions of fletcher

Fletcher (n.)
prolific English dramatist who collaborated with Francis Beaumont and many other dramatists (1579-1625);
Synonyms: John Fletcher
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