A skinner; sometimes also known as a 'fell-monger'. The Norman-French term was pelletier. -

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  • PELLETARIUS Jacobus — Coenomanensis, Medicus et Mathematicus insignis, scripsit complura, quorum catalogum in Elogiis exhibet Anton. Teissier Part. 1. Critica eius elegans et erudita in Ciceronem, Virgilium et Horatium, locem nondum vidit. Obiit Parisiis A. C. 1582.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Coriarius — A leather worker; currier; artisan who worked on leather, improving it, after the tanning process. The Latin words corarius and coralius were synonymous with coriarius. Cf. Pelletarius; Tanner …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • Feld — Open or cultivated land, esp. in forested country. From feld derives field . Fell monger. See Pelletarius …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • Pelisse — Fur lined overcoat, sometimes with sleeves, sometimes without. [< Lat. pellis = pelt, hide, skin] Cf. Ermine1; Pelletarius; Pilch …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • pelletier — pelletier, ière [ pɛltje, jɛr ] n. • 1534; peletier 1170; de l a. fr. pel « peau », lat. pellis ♦ Vx ou techn. Personne qui achète des peaux (⇒ pelleterie) et qui les prépare, qui fait le commerce des fourrures. ⇒ fourreur. ● pelletier,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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