A person who works the land or who keeps livestock, especially on a farm. (noun)
Agent noun of farm; someone or something that farms. (noun)
Examples of word farmer
The - er of farmer does not quite say Â“one who (farms) Â” it merely indicates that the sort of person we call a Â“farmerÂ” is closely enough associated with activity on a farm to be conventionally thought of as always so occupied.
Â«theÂ» or Â«aÂ»_; thus _Â«agricolaÂ»_ may mean _the farmer, a farmer_, or simply _farmer_.
When your farmer is a couple of thousand miles away, that 3rd party certification has a place.
People say, "Your farmer is an individualist; he will never co-operate", just as used to be said of the Anglo-Saxons, "They won't co-operate."
Note 12: My use of "farmer" is an interpretation of Casson's use of "tillers of the soil," which is his translation of oratoi, a word that has been previously translated as "pirates."