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 mand&umacron;care, from mand&umacron;c&omacron;, glutton, from mandere, to chew.
- A trough for animals to eat from.
From Old French mangoire, menjoere, from mangier (“to eat") (modern French manger).