maker

  1. the Judeo-Christian God
  2. a business engaged in manufacturing some product

Maker

• (n.) The person who makes a promissory note. • (n.) One who makes, forms, or molds; a manufacturer; specifically, the Creator. • (n.) One who writes verses; a poet.
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Maker

(v) Maker is the person who creates a new article, right, obligations etc erstwhile not existing. Eg. Maker of a will, Maker of a cheque, Maker of a promise, maker of a product.
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Maker

1) The person who signs a check or promissory note, which makes that person responsible for payment. 2) A person who endorses a check or note over to another person before it is delivered, making the endorser obligated to pay until it is delivered. (See: check, promissory note, payor, payee)
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maker

shaper noun a person who makes things
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Maker

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Maker

Mak'er (māk'ẽr) noun 1. One who makes, forms, or molds; a manufacturer; specifically, the Creator. « The universal Maker we may praise.» Milton. 2. (Law) The person who makes a promissory note. 3. One who writes verses; a poet....
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Maker

A medieval and early renaissance term for 'poet.'
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maker

a medieval and early Renaissance term for `poet.'
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Maker

A person (entity) who signs a note to borrow money and who assumes responsibility to pay the note at
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Maker

A player who takes on a specific obligation, such as to take a certain number of points or tricks, often along with the right to choose the trump suit.
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Maker

Archaic term for poet. In February 2004 Edwin Morgan was appointed as 'the Scots Maker' - a position similar to that of the English poet laureate.
Found on http://www.poetsgraves.co.uk/glossary_of_poetic_terms.htm

maker

n. 1) the person who signs a check or promissory note, which makes him/her responsible for payment. 2) a person who endorses a check or note over to another person before it is delivered, making the endorser obligated to pay until it is delivered.
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Maker

The maker of a check is known as the drawer.
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maker

[n] - a person who makes things
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