fruiterer (plural fruiterers)
- (Britain) One who sell#Verb|sells fruit#Noun|fruit.
- Synonyms: fruitmonger, fruitseller
- c. 1596–1599, William Shakespeare, The Second Part of Henrie the Fourth, […], quarto edition, London: Printed by V[alentine] S[immes] for Andrew Wise, and William Aspley, published 1600, OCLC 55178895 ↗, [Act III, scene 2] ↗:
- [T]he very ſame day did I fight with one Samſon Stockefiſh a Fruiterer behinde Greyes Inne: Ieſu, Ieſu, the mad dayes that I haue ſpent!
- 1872 September – 1873 July, Thomas Hardy, “‘I Lull a Fancy, Trouble-Tost.’”, in A Pair of Blue Eyes. A Novel. [...] In Three Volumes, volume III, London: Tinsley Brothers, […], published 1873, OCLC 654408324 ↗, page 24 ↗:
- And Knight laughed, and drew her close and kissed her the second time, which operations he performed with the carefulness of a fruiterer touching a bunch of grapes so as not to disturb their bloom.
- German: Obsthändler, Obsthändlerin, Obsthöke, Obsthökin, Obsthöker, Obsthökerin, Obstkrämer, Obstkrämerin, Obstmann, Obstfrau
- Italian: fruttivendolo, fruttivendola, verduriere
- Russian: торго́вец фрукт
- Spanish: frutero, frutera, verdulero, verdulera