noun, plural land·men [land-muh n, -men] /ˈlænd mən, -ˌmɛn/.
Origin of landman
Examples from the Web for landman
The other was William Powell, an Irish landman, who was slightly wounded in the buttock.
High′lander, High′landman, an inhabitant of a mountainous region; High′-low, a high shoe fastened with a leather thong in front.
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|William Wilberforce
Then, realizing she was acting undignified before a Landman, she firmed her voice.Rastignac the Devil|Philip Jos Farmer
The name of the Landman who lived in the island was Thorfinn.Grettir The Strong|Unknown