a peddler or huckster
Origin of hawkeraltered by folk etymology (after hawk) ; from Middle Low German hoker, huckster (Du heuker, German höker) ; from hoken, to peddle, origin, originally , to crouch (as with a burden) ; from Indo-European base an unverified form keu-, to bend, stoop, arch from source hobble, high
a person who uses hawks for hunting; falconer
Origin of hawkerOld English hafocere
One who sells goods aggressively, especially by calling out. Also called crier.
Origin of hawkerMiddle English hauker, probably from Middle Low German h&odie;ker, from hōken, to peddle, bend, bear on the back.
Probably from Medieval Low German hoker