One who farms land owned by another and pays rent in cash or in kind.
A person regarded as unsophisticated, guileless, or coarse from having been raised in the country.
A person who earns a living by farming; esp., one who manages or owns a farm
(Roman Catholicism) A monastic superior, who, under the general of his order, has the direction of all the religious houses of the same fraternity in a given district, called a province of the order.
A prosperous landed peasant in czarist Russia, characterized by the Communists during the October Revolution as an exploiter.
The definition of a peon is an unimportant worker or a drudge who does menial work.
A country lad, especially a young shepherd.
A style characterized by black clothing, heavy, dark makeup, and a preoccupation with the themes of goth music
Something said to be the cause of particular trouble or an evil:
The portion of a typeface that projects beyond the body or shank of a character.
In India, a peasant or tenant farmer
A rustic; countrified person
A boor is someone with bad manners.
A person who works on, but does not own, a farm; an agricultural labourer
One that owns or manages a ranch.
A short spar projecting from the deck of a ship, used to extend a sail or secure a block or stay.
A person from one's own country; a compatriot.
A vulgar, coarse, or undignified person
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