a person who makes, sells, or repairs knives and other cutting tools
Origin of cutlerMiddle English and amp; Anglo-French cuteler ; from Old French coutelier ; from Medieval Latin cultellarius, one who makes knives ; from Classical Latin cultellus: see cutlass
One who makes, repairs, or sells knives or other cutting instruments.
Origin of cutlerMiddle English cuteler, from Old French coutelier, from coutel, knife; see cutlass.
- One whose business is making or dealing in cutlery.
From Old French coutelier (“knife-maker”).