booker

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle English bokere, from Old English bōcere (a bookman; writer; scribe; author; learned man; scholar; instructor), equivalent to book +‎ -er. Modern sense influenced by the verb to book.

Noun[edit]

booker (plural bookers)

  1. (obsolete) scholar; scribe
    • 1711, Martin Parker; ‎William Wagstaffe (M.D.), The king enjoyes his own again:
      What Booker doth prognosticate Concerning Kings or Kingdoms State []
  2. One who makes a reservation
  3. One who records transactions, such as reservations.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from English book +‎ -er

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Verb[edit]

booker

  1. to book, reserve

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