Definition of Loriner. Meaning of Loriner. Synonyms of Loriner

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Definition of Loriner

Loriner
Lorimer Lor"i*mer, Loriner Lor"i*ner, n. [OF. lormier, loremier, fr. LL. loranum bridle, L. lorum thong, the rein of a bridle.] A maker of bits, spurs, and metal mounting for bridles and saddles; hence, a saddler. [Obs.] --Holinshed.

Meaning of Loriner from wikipedia

- The Worshipful Company of Loriners is one of the ancient Livery Companies of the City of London. The organisation was originally a trade ****ociation for...
- western-style riding; a three beat gait, performed at a relatively slow speed. loriner (UK) A maker of metal parts for harnesses, bridles, spurs, and other horse...
- Worshipful Company of Paviors (road and highway pavers) Worshipful Company of Loriners (equestrian bit, bridle and spur suppliers) Worshipful Society of Apothecaries...
- Sir Charles Peers Salter 1716 Sir James Bateman Fishmonger Previously Loriner. 1717 Sir William Lewen Haberdasher 1718 Sir John Ward Merchant Taylor...
- Liveryman of the Spectaclemakers', Clockmakers' and Loriners' companies, and served as Master of the Loriners in 1877 – 8. Bennett was a Common Councilman on...
- to God Alone Leathersellers' Hall, Garlick Hill Worshipful Company of Loriners 57 no motto Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards 75 Corde Recto...
- Turners Basketmakers Glaziers and Painters of Gl**** Horners Farriers Paviors Loriners Apothecaries Shipwrights Spectacle Makers Clockmakers Glovers Feltmakers...
- in 1707 until 1711. In 1708, he became an alderman and a member of the Loriners’ Company. He was a director of the United East India Company from 1709...
- London 23 May 1711 Blanket Weavers in Witney, Oxfordshire 3 December 1711 Loriners' Company 29 July 1714 Worcester College, Oxford 24 July 1718 French Protestant...
- Turners Basketmakers Glaziers and Painters of Gl**** Horners Farriers Paviors Loriners Apothecaries Shipwrights Spectacle Makers Clockmakers Glovers Feltmakers...
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