Top Definition
Barber. Listed in Mrs. Byrne's Dictionary of Unusual, Obscure, and Preposterous Words (c. 1974, University Books), according to which it was coined in 1924 and accepted by 3,000 "chirotonsorial representatives."

Not listed in Webster's Unabridged (3rd). Apparently constructed from Greek-derived chiro- ("hand") and Latin tonsor ("clipper").
With his hair distractingly tickling his ears and beginning to hang in his eyes, he began to reflect that a visit to the local chirotonsor might be a little overdue.
by retorick September 03, 2011
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