berijder

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EtymologyEdit

From berijden (to ride (on)) +‎ -er (agent suffix). In the historical sense, from Middle Dutch beridere.

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NounEdit

berijder m (plural berijders, diminutive berijdertje n)

  1. A rider, who rides a mount
  2. (history) A mobile deputy mandated by a Flemish baljuw (high feudal bailiff) to render justice in and under his jurisdiction

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