chapman

[n] - American pioneer who planted apple trees as he traveled (1774-1845) 2. [n] - archaic term for an itinerant peddler
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Chapman

Chap'man noun ; plural Chapmen . [ Anglo-Saxon ceápman ; ceáp trade + man man; akin to Dutch koopman , Swedish köpman , Danish kiöpmand , German kaufmann .f. Chap to cheapen, and see Cheap .] 1. One who buys...
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chapman

noun archaic term for an itinerant peddler
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Chapman

Johnny Appleseed noun United States pioneer who planted apple trees as he traveled (1774-1845)
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Chapman

• (n.) One who buys and sells; a merchant; a buyer or a seller. • (n.) A peddler; a hawker.
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Chapman

Chapman is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `merchant ` From Old English. The name Chapman doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Chapman seems to be unique!
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Chapman

[surname] Chapman is a surname and perhaps an occupational surname. There is not a single agreed origin of the surname Chapman. Theories include it being a name for a business man or trader which was called in Old High German either choufman or koufman, which became the Old English surname céapmann. Other theories include a Saxon origin, a...
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Chapman

A chapman was a petty trader, usually itinerant. During the 18th century, travelling chapmen sold chapbooks, needles, lace, linen and other household goods, and bought old brass, old clothes and human hair.
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Chapman

a merchant
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Chapman

[magazine] Chapman is a literary magazine based in Edinburgh, Scotland. It has published many Scottish and international authors, including Iain Crichton Smith, Alasdair Gray, Sorley MacLean and Kathleen Raine. It covers new poetry and short fiction, as well as critical essays and reviews. It was started in 1969 as The Chapman, a pamphlet e...
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Chapman

[crater] This is an old, eroded crater formation with features that have been softened and worn by impacts until now it just forms a bowl-shaped depression in the surface. The rim is circular in form along most of its perimeter, but has been broken through along the southern edge by Chapman W. There is an unnamed crater-like depression in t...
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Chapman

Chapman is an English occupational surname. A chapman was a merchant in medieval Britain. It is the cognate of the German Kaufmann. == People == == Geographical names== ===United States=== ===Canada=== ===Australia=== ===South Africa=== ===Space=== == General == ...
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Chapman

(also 'chapman scotch, pinehurst') a variation on a four-ball match between two 2-man teams where ea
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