cannoneer

[kan-uh-neer]
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Origin of cannoneer

From the Middle French word canonnier, dating back to 1555–65. See cannon, -eer
Related formscan·non·eer·ing, noun
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Related Words for cannoneer

shooter, soldier, marksman, artilleryman, cannoneer, rifleman

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British Dictionary definitions for cannoneer

cannoneer

noun
  1. (formerly) a soldier who served and fired a cannon; artilleryman
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