noun, plural pen·men.
- penn hills,
- penn, sir william,
- penn, william
Origin of penman
Examples from the Web for penman
The next day the penman came with his implements, ready to catch his new employer's words and to record them.Genius in Sunshine and Shadow|Maturin Murray Ballou
Monstr'-inform'-ingens-horrendous Demoniaco-seraphic Penman's latest piece of graphic.The Book of Humorous Verse|Various
This penman was frankly proud of his melons, their early growth and flavor.James Fenimore Cooper|Mary E. Phillips
The split reed of the Greek penman was occasionally adopted by the late demotic scribes.
Dickinson has aptly been called the “Penman of the Revolution.”