[dair-ee-woo m-uh n]

noun, plural dair·y·wom·en.

a woman who owns, manages, or works in a dairy.

Origin of dairywoman

First recorded in 1600–10; dairy + -woman

Usage note

See -woman.
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Examples from the Web for dairywoman

Historical Examples of dairywoman

  • At that time Tatiana was not in her master's house, but living with a married sister, the dairywoman, in a separate hut.

    The Galaxy


  • WE don't hate our children, or bully our mothers, or wish 'em ded when they're sick, as this Dairywoman says kings and queens do.

    Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

    William Makepeace Thackeray

  • She was a model housekeeper and dairywoman in the days when they worked the farm, and is now an oracle on many questions.

  • I will be as good a housewife and dairywoman, stir about as briskly, and sing as merrily, as Peggy Curling.

    Arthur Mervyn

    Charles Brockden Brown