Definition of wagoner in English:

wagoner

Syllabification: wag·on·er
Pronunciation: /ˈwagənər
 
/
(British also waggoner)

noun

  • The driver of a horse-drawn wagon.
    More example sentences
    • The wagoner's job was to load the wagon with feed for the regiment's horses and mules and to drive it.
    • He was many years horse feeder and waggoner for the late William Jackson, stage wagon proprietor of Fairburn.
    • The wagoners were terrified and whipped the oxen into charging.

Origin

mid 16th century: from Dutch wagenaar, from wagen (see wagon).

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