noun, plural land·men [land-muh n, -men] /ˈlænd mən, -ˌmɛn/.
Origin of landman
Examples from the Web for landman
Historical Examples of landman
But what will you say when I tell you that the landman in question is no other than my brother?Private Papers of William Wilberforce
The name of the Landman who lived in the island was Thorfinn.Grettir The Strong
Two of my adjutants—Pieter Hugo and Landman—had remained with me.In the Shadow of Death
P. H. Kritzinger and R. D. McDonald
High′lander, High′landman, an inhabitant of a mountainous region; High′-low, a high shoe fastened with a leather thong in front.
The other was William Powell, an Irish landman, who was slightly wounded in the buttock.