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Etymology 1Edit

From perch (a kind of fish).

NounEdit

percher (plural perchers)

  1. One who fishes for perch.

Etymology 2Edit

From perch (verb).

NounEdit

percher (plural perchers)

  1. One that perches.

Etymology 3Edit

From perch (a device over which cloth is suspended for inspection).

NounEdit

percher (plural perchers)

  1. (textiles) An inspector of cloth before finishing.

Etymology 4Edit

From perch (bar to support a candle) +‎ -er

NounEdit

percher (plural perchers)

  1. A large candle, especially on an altar

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VerbEdit

percher

  1. to perch

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