Meaning of fodderer in English:

fodderer

Pronunciation /ˈfɒd(ə)rə/

noun

rare
  • A person who provides cattle or other animals with fodder. In early use also more generally: a person who provides food (obsolete).

Origin

Old English; earliest use found in Orosius' History. In Old English (i) cognate with or formed similarly to Middle Dutch voederaer (Dutch †voederaar), Old High German fuotarari (Middle High German vuoteraere, vüeteraere, German Fütterer) from the Germanic base of fodder + the Germanic base of -er.