Meaning of pellar in English:

pellar

(also peller)

noun

dialect British, South West English
  • An exorcist; a sorcerer, a wizard.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Robert Hunt (1807–1887), chemist and photographer. Origin uncertain; perhaps from pell + -ar, although the semantic link is not clear, or perhaps shortened from repeller.

Pronunciation

pellar

/ˈpɛlə/