A wooden board or platter on which food is carved or served.
A piece of stale bread shaped or cut to serve as a plate for eating meals in the Middle Ages.
One that digs trenches.
A wooden board or platter on which to carve or serve meat.
A person who digs trenches.
Origin of trencher
- Middle English trenchur from Anglo-Norman trenchour from trencher to cut perhaps from Vulgar Latin trincāre trench
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition