Flutist



[floo-tist] /ˈflu tɪst/

noun
1.
a player.
/ˈfluːtɪst/
noun
1.
(mainly US & Canadian) a variant of flautist
n.

c.1600, probably from French flûtiste; replaced Middle English flouter (early 13c., from Old French flauteor) and is preferred in U.S. The British preference is flautist (q.v.), a Continental reborrowing that returns the original diphthong.

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