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A person who plays the piffero.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Sydney Morgan (bap. 1783, d. 1859), novelist and socialite. From Italian regional pifferaro (Italian pifferaio), although this is apparently first attested slightly later from Italian piffero + -aro (from classical Latin -ārius).
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