Graffer


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GRAFFER. This word is a corruption of the French word greffier, a clerk, or prothonotary. It signifies a notary or scrivener; vide stat. 5 Hen. VII 1. c. 1.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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3 Franz Graffer, Kleine Wiener Memoiren und Wiener-Dosenstucke (1845-6), ed.
As a teenager in the '90s, Kat found inspiration in a thriving scene of female graffers (a common term for graffiti artists).
As a result, the clean, clear, more 'readable' images of stencil artists have enjoyed a more favourable response from the public than graffers and certainly taggers, although these are not necessarily different constituencies of street artists.
He contends that most "graffers" are going online for their supplies, where they find easy access to their paints of choice.