Origin: ME stacionere < ML stationarius, tradesman with a fixed station or shop (by contrast with a peddler) < L, stationary
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Origin: Middle English staciouner, a bookseller
Origin: , from Medieval Latin statiōnārius, shopkeeper (as against a peddler)
Origin: , probably from Latin statiō, statiōn-, place of business; see station.
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