Meaning of flayer in English:

flayer

noun

See flay

  • ‘It was an infusion of sulphur and gold, two things flayers could not stand.’
  • ‘That flayer has a sense of humor if he stuffed him in the very work that this guard came for.’
  • ‘He jumped and kicked the flayer square in the face, rolled to kill his speed, and managed to keep a firm grip on Kioshi and avoid getting gored by both her sword and the flayer's claws.’
  • ‘A flayer's or knacker's craft was considered infamous.’

Pronunciation

flayer

/ˈfleɪə/