Marcher meaning

mär'chər
One that marches, especially for a specific cause.

A protest marcher; a peace marcher.

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A resident of a border district, especially of a border district between medieval kingdoms.
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A person who marches.
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A person who lives in a march, or borderland.
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A lord who governed or defended the Marches for England.
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An inhabitant of a march (border country)
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A person who holds lands in such a region.
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One who marches in a march in the political sense.
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Origin of marcher

  • Middle English marche; from Anglo-Norman and Old French; from Old English germearc; Gothic marka (marka, “boundary")
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  • march + -er
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