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hawker

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noun hawk·er \ˈhȯ-kər\

Definition of hawker

Origin and Etymology of hawker

Middle English, from Old English hafocere, from hafoc


First Known Use: before 12th century

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hawker

noun hawk·er

Definition of hawker

  1. :  one who hawks wares

Origin and Etymology 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



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