Definition of alnager in English:

alnager

(also aulnager)

noun

historical
  • An officer appointed to examine woollen cloth and certify its quality.

Origin

Early 16th century; earliest use found in Statutes Prohemium Iohannis Rastell. From alnage + -er.

Pronunciation

alnager

/ˈɔːlnɪdʒə/