The Collaborative International Dictionary
Destrer \Des*trer"\, Dextrer \Dex"trer\, n. [OF. destrier, fr.
L. dextra on the right side. The squire led his master's
horse beside him, on his right hand. Skeat.]
A war horse. [Obs.]
Dextrer \Dex*trer"\, n.
A war horse; a destrer. [Obs.] ``By him baiteth his
n. (context obsolete English) A warhorse; a destrer.
Usage examples of "dextrer".
His brighte helm was his wonger, And by hym baiteth his dextrer Of herbes fyne and goode.