stockholder

[stok-hohl-der]
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noun

Also called stockowner. a holder or owner of stock in a corporation.
Australian. an owner of livestock, as a rancher.

Nearby words

  1. stockbroking,
  2. stocker,
  3. stockfish,
  4. stockhausen,
  5. stockhausen, karlheinz,
  6. stockholder of record,
  7. stockholders,
  8. stockholders' equity,
  9. stockholm,
  10. stockholm syndrome

Origin of stockholder

First recorded in 1745–55; stock + holder

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British Dictionary definitions for stockholders

stockholder

noun

an owner of corporate capital stock
Australian a person who keeps livestock
Derived Formsstockholding, noun

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Word Origin and History for stockholders

stockholder

n.

1753, from stock (n.2) + agent noun from hold.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Culture definitions for stockholders

stockholders

The persons or corporations holding stock in a corporation.

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