Good day everyone. I know it's a little geeky, but personally I was not aware of this particular term for a "person fond of archery." It showed up as "Word of the Day" so I thought i would share. Now you can mess with your co-workers.
: a person fond of or expert at archery
"Behold, the archer! Perhaps there is no more heroic pose known to man ... [a]nd perhaps there is no other weapon as romantic, as toxophilites will tell you." — Mark Holmberg, WTVR CBS 6, November 27, 2013
"Toxophilite" became established in the language as the name for a late 18th-century English archery society. The word derives from Greek "toxon," which referred to both a bow and arrow, and "philos," meaning "loving." Today, "toxophilite" is a rarely used word but often occurs in vocabulary games and puzzles and in spelling bees. A more ubiquitous descendant of "toxon" is "toxic." "Toxic" is an anglicization of Latin's word for "poison," "toxicum," which originally meant "poison for arrows" and is a borrowing from Greek "toxikon," meaning "arrow."