Definition of consortier in English:

consortier

Pronunciation /kɒnˈsɔːtɪə/ /kɒnˈsɔːtjə/

noun

historical, rare
  • In or with reference to the writings of Roger North (1651–1734): a member of a company of musicians who regularly play together; a player of consort music.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in Roger North (1651–1734), lawyer, politician, and writer. From consort + -ier.