Definitions for faitourˈfeɪ tər
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A charlatan or imposter, especially one pretending to be ill, or to tell fortunes.
Origin: From faitour (cognate with Old French faitor ‘doer, maker’), from factorem, from facere.
a doer or actor; particularly, an evil doer; a scoundrel
Origin: [OF. faitor a doer, L. factor. See Factor.]
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