Potter vs Figulate - What's the difference?
As a noun potter
is (soccer) someone connected with , as a fan, player, coach etc.
As a proper noun potter
is for a potter.
As an adjective figulate is
made of potter's clay.
From (etyl) pottere, from late (etyl) .
One who makes pots and other ceramic wares.
* 1961 , J. A. Philip, "Mimesis in the Sophistês'' of Plato," ''Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association , vol. 92, p. 453,
(idiomatic, biblical) God, the creator.
* 1611. Old Testament , King James Version, Isaiah 64:8,
- shoemakers, weavers, potters , bronzeworkers who produced and purveyed the articles necessary for daily life.
* 1978. Old Testament , New International Version, Isaiah 64:8,
- But now, O Lord, thou art our Father; we are the clay, and thou art our potter ; and we are the work of thy hand.
One who places flowers or other plants inside their pots.
One who pots meats or other eatables.
One who hawks crockery or earthenware.
- O Lord, you are our Father. We are the clay, you are the potter ; we are all the work of thy hand.
The (red-bellied terrapin), .
- (De Quincey)
* (Pseudemys rubriventris) (northern red-bellied cooter),
* potter’s clay
* potter’s field
* potter’s rot
* potter’s wheel
* (Biblical) Bratcher, Dennis Bratcher (2006), The Potter'', ''The Voice CRI/Voice Institute [http://www.crivoice.org/phototour/ppotter.html]
Frequentative of pote, equivalent to .
* putter, pouter, pudder, pother
(obsolete) To poke repeatedly.
(British) To act in a vague or unmotivated way.
(British) To move slowly or aimlessly. (Often (potter about), (potter around))
made of potter's clay