noun busk·er \ˈbəs-kər\

Definition of BUSKER

chiefly British
:  a person who entertains in a public place for donations
busk \ˈbəsk\ intransitive verb

Origin of BUSKER

busk, probably from Italian buscare to procure, gain, from Spanish buscar to look for
First Known Use: 1857

Other Performing Arts Terms

diva, dramaturgy, loge, prestidigitation, proscenium, supernumerary, zany


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