Latimer definitions

latəmər
1485?-1555; Eng. Protestant bishop & religious reformer: burned at the stake.
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2008, Neil Cartlidge, Boundaries in medieval romance (page 81)

It is likely that Anglo-Norman formed a necessary element of Morris Regan's linguistic repertoire as a latimer [...]

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Origin of latimer

Old French latinier, latimier, properly "one knowing Latin".