a box or trough to hold fodder for horses or cattle to eat
Origin of mangerMiddle English from Old French mangeure from Vulgar Latin an unverified form manducatoria, feeding trough from past participle of Classical Latin manducare, to eat from mandere, to chew from Indo-European base an unverified form menth-, to chew from source mouth
A trough or an open box in which feed for livestock is placed.
Origin of mangerMiddle English from Old French mangeoire from mangier to eat from Latin mandūcāre from mandūcō glutton from mandere to chew
- A trough for animals to eat from.
From Old French mangoire, menjoere, from mangier (“to eat") (modern French manger).