luter (plural luters)
- One who applies lute.
- A musician who plays a lute.
From the Ancient Greek λουτήρ (loutḗr, “a washing- or bathing-tub”).
lūtēr m (genitive lūtēris); third declension
- (Classical Latin) a hand-basin, laver
- (Medieval Latin) a washing- or bathing-tub
- (Medieval Latin) a baptismal font
See lūtra (“an otter”).
lūter m (genitive lūtrī); second declension
- medieval spelling of lūtra
Second declension, nominative singular in -er.
1May also be lūtre.