verb to make mouth music which imitates the bagpipes: Then he did it in the canterach. He cantered it over and over till I got it right. 20-.
noun a singer: Whit a bonnie canter ye are! la20-. Compare canterach etymology: Scots; probably a development from Gaelic cainntear or canntair ‘speaker, chanter’ or also possibly a development from Latin cant-us ‘singing’; verb attested by BW; noun attested by SR