noun Date: 1806 one occupied as an owner or worker in the raising of livestock (as cattle or sheep)

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  • stockman — [stäk′mən; , stäk′man΄] n. pl. stockmen [stäk′mən, stäk′men΄] 1. a person who owns or raises livestock 2. Chiefly Austral. a person who has charge of livestock 3. a person who works in a stockroom or warehouse …   English World dictionary

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  • Stockman — This surname, recorded in the spellings of Stock, Stocke, and Stockman, is of 8th century Anglo Saxon origins. It has three possible sources. The first being a topographical name for someone who lived either near a large tree, or by a bridge over …   Surnames reference

  • stockman — /stok meuhn/ or, for 3, / man /, n., pl. stockmen / meuhn/ or, for 3, / men /. 1. U.S. and Australia. a person who raises livestock. 2. a person employed on a stock farm. 3. a person in charge of a stock of goods, as in a warehouse. [1800 10;… …   Universalium

  • stockman — noun a) A man who raises, or looks after livestock b) A person who works in a stock room …   Wiktionary

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