Bookman Definition

byo͝okmən
bookmen
noun
A literary or scholarly man.
Webster's New World
A man whose work is making, publishing, or selling books.
Webster's New World

(Old English Law) One who held bookland.

Wiktionary

A studious or learned man; a scholar; a student; one who is more familiar with books than with people and things.

Wiktionary

One who sells or publishes books; a bookseller.

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Other Word Forms of Bookman

Noun

Singular:
bookman
Plural:
bookmen

Origin of Bookman

  • From Middle English bocman, from Old English bōcmann (“bookman, a holder of bookland”), equivalent to book +‎ man.

    From Wiktionary

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