towner

[ tou-ner ]
/ ˈtaʊ nər /

noun

a person who lives in a town or city.

Origin of towner

Definition for towner (2 of 2)

town
[ toun ]
/ taʊn /

noun

adjective

of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or belonging to a town: town laws; town government; town constable.

Origin of town

before 900; Middle English toun, tun, Old English tūn walled or fenced place, courtyard, farmstead, village; cognate with Old Norse tūn homefield, German Zaun fence, Old Irish dún fort

OTHER WORDS FROM town

town·less, adjectivein·ter·town, adjective

synonym study for town

1. See community.
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British Dictionary definitions for towner

town
/ (taʊn) /

noun

Derived forms of town

townish, adjectivetownless, adjective

Word Origin for town

Old English tūn village; related to Old Saxon, Old Norse tūn, Old High German zūn fence, Old Irish dūn
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Idioms and Phrases with towner

town

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