Etymology-wise, what is the French
equivalent of the English name Bowman?
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The name Archer derives from the Old French
archier, a maker of bows, which itself derives
from the Latin arcus, bow. Note that the name
Fletcher derives from the French
fleche, arrow. Thus Bowman and Archer make
bows, whereas Fletcher makes arrows.
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