canaller

[ kuh-nal-er, -naw-ler ]
/ kəˈnæl ər, -ˈnɔ lər /

noun

a freight boat built for use on canals.
a worker on a canal boat, especially one that formerly plied the Erie Canal.

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Origin of canaller

First recorded in 1860–65; canal + -er1
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