EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FARRIER
Petuléngro, farrier, the esoteric Romany name of the Smith family.
The farrier escorted them to the steps of the corner-house, and then left them.
The farrier and Jerry did the best they could to ease his pain and make him comfortable.
The farrier said he might mend up enough to sell for a few pounds, but Jerry said, no!
On the other side of that wall was the yard of Murphy the farrier.
On his return he sent for Dobbs, the blacksmith and farrier.
On the way he called at a farrier's, and made him shoe the mare.
“She might kick you without knowing it, sir,” said the farrier.
There is no remedy but bleeding,” said I. “Run for a farrier.
I know he will,” said the farrier, “but I will not bleed him.
1560s, from Middle French ferrier "blacksmith," from Latin ferrarius "of iron," also "blacksmith," from ferrum "iron" (in Medieval Latin, also "horseshoe"); see ferro-. An earlier form of it in English was ferrer, ferrour "ironsmith" (late 12c., as a surname).