bellhop

[ bel-hop ]
/ ˈbɛlˌhɒp /

noun

a person who is employed, especially by a hotel, to carry guests' luggage, run errands, etc.

verb (used without object), bell·hopped, bell·hop·ping.

Also bell-hop . to work as a bellhop.

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Origin of bellhop

An Americanism dating back to1895–1900; bell1 + hop1
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British Dictionary definitions for bellhop

bellhop
/ (ˈbɛlˌhɒp) /

noun

US and Canadian another name for bellboy
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