cottager

[ kot-i-jer ]
/ ˈkɒt ɪ dʒər /

noun

a person who lives in a cottage.
Also cotter, cot·ti·er [kot-ee-er] /ˈkɒt i ər/. British. a rural worker; a laborer on a farm or in a small village.
a person having a private house at a vacation resort.

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Origin of cottager

First recorded in 1540–50; cottage + -er1

OTHER WORDS FROM cottager

non·cot·tag·er, noun
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cottager
/ (ˈkɒtɪdʒə) /

noun

a person who lives in a cottage
a rural labourer
mainly Canadian a person holidaying in a cottage, esp an owner and seasonal resident of a cottage in a resort area
history another name for cotter 2
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