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(Crafts) archaic a shoemaker or worker in cordovan leather
ˈcordˌwainery n


(ˈkɔrd weɪ nər)

n. Archaic.
1. a person who makes shoes from cordovan leather.
2. shoemaker; cobbler.
[1150–1200; Middle English cordewaner < Old French cordewan(i)er]
cord′wain•er•y, n.
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