Hodmen
Hodman Hod"man, n.; pl. {Hodmen}(?). A man who carries a hod; a mason's tender. [1913 Webster]

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  • hodmen — hod·man || hÉ‘dmÉ™n /hÉ’d n. man who carries a hod, hod carrier, person employed to carry bricks and mortar in a hod …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Hodman — Hod man, n.; pl. {Hodmen}(?). A man who carries a hod; a mason s tender. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Matt Talbot — Venerable Matt Talbot Matt Talbot Born May 2, 1856(1856 05 02) Dublin, Ireland Died June 7, 1925 …   Wikipedia

  • hodman — /hod meuhn/, n., pl. hodmen. See hod carrier. [1580 90; HOD + MAN1] * * * …   Universalium

  • hooligan — 1890s, of unknown origin, first found in British newspaper police court reports in the summer of 1898, almost certainly from the variant form of the Irish surname Houlihan, which figured as a characteristic comic Irish name in music hall songs… …   Etymology dictionary

  • hodman — noun (plural hodmen) Brit. a labourer carrying a hod …   English new terms dictionary

  • hodman — /ˈhɒdmən/ (say hodmuhn) noun (plural hodmen) a bricklayer s assistant. {hod + man} …   Australian English dictionary

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