coureour


coureour
coure, coureour
obs. ff. cower, currier.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • Currer — This interesting surname, with variant spellings Currier and Curryer, derives from the Old French conreeur a currier, one who curries leather, from the Latin coriarius , a tanner, from corium , leather, and would have originated as an… …   Surnames reference

  • coure — coure, coureour obs. ff. cower, currier …   Useful english dictionary


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