Definition of fodderer in US English:

fodderer

noun

rare
  • A person who provides cattle or other animals with fodder. In early use also more generally: a person who provides food (obsolete).

Origin

Old English; earliest use found in Orosius' History. In Old English (i) cognate with or formed similarly to Middle Dutch voederaer (Dutch † voederaar), Old High German fuotarari (Middle High German vuoteraere, vüeteraere, German Fütterer) from the Germanic base of fodder + the Germanic base of -er.

Pronunciation

fodderer

/ˈfɒd(ə)rə/