a person who chants; singer.
a chorister; precentor.
the chief singer or priest of a chantry.
the pipe of a bagpipe provided with finger holes for playing the melody.
a person who chants
the pipe on a set of bagpipes that is provided with finger holes and on which the melody is played
“singer, composer,” late 14c., from Old French chanteor (Modern French chanteur), from Latin cantorem “singer,” from cantare “to sing” (see chant (v.)).
a mushroom, Cantharellus cibarius, having a bright yellow-to-orange funnel-shaped cap, a favorite edible species in France. noun any saprotrophic basidiomycetous fungus of the genus Cantharellus, esp C. cibarius, having an edible yellow funnel-shaped mushroom: family Cantharellaceae noun See girolle
a male singer, especially one who sings in nightclubs and cabarets.
a female singer, especially one who sings in nightclubs and cabarets. noun a female singer, esp in a nightclub or cabaret n. “female singer of popular songs,” 1888, from French chanteuse (16c.), fem. agent noun of chanter “to sing” (see chant (v.)). In Old French, the word was chanteresse.
a sailors’ song, especially one sung in rhythm to work. noun (pl) -teys the usual US spelling of shanty2