Archaic a person who makes arrows
Origin of fletcherMiddle English from Old French flechier from fleche, an arrow from Frankish an unverified form fliugika, akin to Middle Dutch vlieke from base of vlegen, fly
1579-1625; Eng. playwright: collaborated with Francis Beaumont
One who makes arrows.
Origin of fletcherMiddle English fleccher from Old French flechier from fleche arrow of Germanic origin ; see pleu- in Indo-European roots.