There are 2 definitions of hawker in English:

hawker1

Line breaks: hawk¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈhɔːkə
 
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noun

A person who travels about selling goods, typically advertising them by shouting: hawkers and costermongers pushed their little handcarts, crying ‘Bread!’, ‘Fish!’ and ‘Meat pies!’
More example sentences
  • Hawkers came to sell their wares in small row boats near the cruise boats.
  • City authorities will plan to wipe out the sight of beggars and hawkers selling flowers or newspapers at intersections.
  • Tickets were sold in advance for $45, but street hawkers were selling them for about $200.
Synonyms
trader, seller, dealer, purveyor, vendor, tout, barrow boy, door-to-door salesman, travelling salesman, pedlar; West Indianhiggler
informal pusher
archaic chapman, packman
rare huckster, crier, colporteur

Origin

early 16th century: probably from Low German or Dutch and related to huckster.

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There are 2 definitions of hawker in English:

hawker2

Line breaks: hawk¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈhɔːkə
 
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noun

1A falconer.
2A slender-bodied dragonfly that remains airborne for long periods, typically patrolling a particular stretch of water.
  • Aeshnidae, Gomphidae, and other families, order Odonata: several genera
More example sentences
  • The hawkers, or dragon nymphs, are longer and thinner and they patrol up and down looking out for prey on which to swoop.

Origin

Old English hafocere, from hafoc 'hawk'.

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