calker

1
[kaw-ker]

calker

2
[kaw-ker]

Origin of calker

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caulker

or calk·er

[kaw-ker]
noun
  1. a person who caulks the seams of boats or the like.
  2. a caulking tool or device.

Origin of caulker

First recorded in 1485–95; caulk + -er1
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