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Date: 1100-1200
Language: Old North French
Origin: carpentier, from Latin carpentarius 'carriage-maker', from carpentum 'carriage'

carpenter

noun
     
carpenter
Related topics: Occupations, Crafts
car‧pen‧ter [countable]
BOTIC someone whose job is making and repairing wooden objects

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