Chiefly Brit. a person who shoes horses; blacksmith; also, sometimes, one who treats the diseases of horses
Origin of farrierMiddle English ferrour from Old French ferreor from Medieval Latin ferrator from Vulgar Latin an unverified form ferrare, to shoe horses from Classical Latin ferrum, iron
One who shoes horses.
Origin of farrierObsolete French ferrier from Latin ferrārius of iron, blacksmith from ferrum iron
(third-person singular simple present farriers, present participle farriering, simple past and past participle farriered)