noun hawk·er \ˈh-kər\

Definition of HAWKER

:  falconer

Origin of HAWKER

Middle English, from Old English hafocere, from hafoc
First Known Use: before 12th century

Other Hunting and Fishing Terms

chum, covert, creel, flense, pitfall, seine, skulk, spoor, trawl

Rhymes with HAWKER



Definition of HAWKER

:  one who hawks wares

Origin of HAWKER

by folk etymology from Low German höker, from Middle Low German hōker, from hōken to squat, peddle — more at hunker
First Known Use: 1512

Other Job Terms

factotum, milliner, ostler, scrivener, tinker, webster, wordsmith


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