planner

[ plan-er ]
/ ˈplæn ər /

noun

a person who plans.
a book, similar to a desk calendar, for recording appointments, things to be done, etc.

Origin of planner

First recorded in 1710–20; plan + -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for planner

planner

/ (ˈplænə) /

noun

a person who makes plans, esp for the development of a town, building, etc
a chart for recording future appointments, tasks, goals, etc
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Word Origin and History for planner

planner


n.

1716, "one who plans," agent noun from plan (v.). Derogatory variant planster attested from 1945. Meaning "book or device that enables one to plan" is from 1971.

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