A person or thing that carries or holds something
they went accompanied by lantern-bearers
A person who carries a boat.
A person who carries a book.
A date palm which bears fruit; a female date palm.
A person who has the custody or control of a key or set of keys, especially in a ceremonial role.
A person who bears or carries off something; specifically a worker who moves newly moulded bricks away from a brickmaking machine or moulding table.
An attendant who bears the pipe of a chief, ruler, official, etc.
The person, typically a young boy, who ceremoniously bears the rings at a wedding
A monk charged with the duty of visiting religious institutions in order to gather on a roll prayers for the soul of a recently deceased bishop, abbot, etc.
A person who or thing which carries or bears a soul; specifically a being possessing a soul.
A person who serves wine, especially in a royal or noble household
An official who walks before a dignitary on ceremonial occasions, carrying a mace that represents the dignitary’s authority
A person helping to carry or officially escorting a coffin at a funeral
Each of the supports on which a vehicle's engine rests.
An instrument for demonstrating the freezing of water by evaporation.
A person who carries or bears a heart or a depiction of a heart.
A mace-bearer, a University bedel.
The bearer or carrier of a purse; a person who has been given charge of money belonging to another, or to a company, etc.; a treasurer, a bursar. Now archaic and historical.
Greek Orthodox Church a person who carries a symbol of victory, especially Christ's victory over death.
A person holding a position of authority in an organization
An official who carries a sword for a sovereign or other dignitary on formal occasions
A person whose job is to hold up the train of a dress or robe
The zodiacal sign or constellation Aquarius
A person who parades a placard about the streets for the purposes of advertisement.
A person who carries a message or is employed to carry messages
A soldier who is responsible for carrying the distinctive flag of a unit, regiment, or army
A person who helps to carry the sick or injured on stretchers, especially in time of war or at the scene of an accident
A person who maliciously gossips or reveals secrets
A person who carries a ceremonial torch