Word Origin for gaberlunzie
Examples from the Web for gaberlunzie
The gaberlunzie came in from the door, and he and Ruthven proceeded to finish their morning meal.The Mosstrooper|Robert Scott Fittis
"Only of losing sight of horse, man, and money," again replied the gaberlunzie.The Antiquary, Complete|Sir Walter Scott
Gaberlunzie, a licensed beggar, or any of the mendicant class, so called from the wallet he carried.The Nuttall Encyclopaedia|Edited by Rev. James Wood
Licensed beggars, called "gaberlunzie men," were still common.
I got her from Colin Lothian, an old "gaberlunzie" man who travelled our countryside.The Pilots of Pomona|Robert Leighton