Potter

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A potter is someone who makes pottery. The word potter originates from Old French potier which was derived from medieval Latin pottarius [1]

It can also mean "to move about aimlessly", especially in the phrases "potter around" and "potter about".

Potter may also refer to:

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Antarctica
Canada
UK
USA
Other

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  1. ^ "Potter". Memidex Online Dictionary. Retrieved 2012-06-16.