Origin of gardener
Examples from the Web for gardener
As Ward points out, there is some reason to think Lewis would actually have been thrilled—the word of his gardener Paxford.Three Great Men Died That Day: JFK, C.S. Lewis, and Aldous Huxley
November 3, 2013
All were killed in the ensuing gun battle, along with a gardener and eight security staffers.India’s Twisted Conscience on Terrorism
February 16, 2013
He is older, a gardener by trade, and intends to cross into Texas.Gael García Bernal on the Human Drama Behind Anonymous Migrant Dead
Gael Garcia Bernal
January 26, 2013
A Better Life is about an undocumented Mexican gardener in Los Angeles and his 14-year-old son.Why I Went From ‘Twilight’ to ‘A Better Life’
June 21, 2011
He had spent several years as a gravedigger and gardener at a cemetery in Germany before returning to Puglia.Knox's Grisly Successor
Barbie Latza Nadeau
November 1, 2010
Then the gardener gave his message, to which the landlord replied, "It is all right."
Presently the gardener's boy from Mrs. Menotti's came along.
"It is the moths, sir," said the gardener's wife, who had not yet removed from the house.Night and Morning, Complete
A gardener, with a boy assistant, was at work in the grounds when Eudora entered.The Yates Pride
Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Every boy should learn the use of tools, the gardener's or the carpenter's, or both.
- a person who works in or takes care of a garden as an occupation or pastime
- any bowerbird of the genus Amblyornis
Word Origin and History for gardener
c.1300 (early 12c. as a surname), from Old North French *gardinier (12c., Modern French jardinier), from gardin (see garden). Cf. German Gärtner. An Old English word for it was wyrtweard, literally "plant-guard."