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vil·lag·er

 (vĭl′ə-jər)
n.
An inhabitant of a village.

villager

(ˈvɪlɪdʒə)
n
an inhabitant of a village
adj
E African backward, unsophisticated, or illiterate

vil•lag•er

(ˈvɪl ɪ dʒər)

n.
an inhabitant of a village.
[1560–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.villager - one who has lived in a village most of their lifevillager - one who has lived in a village most of their life
denizen, dweller, habitant, inhabitant, indweller - a person who inhabits a particular place
Translations
قَرَوي، ساكِن القَرْيَه
-kavesničan
landsbyboer
òorpsbúi
dedinčan
vaščan

villager

[ˈvɪlɪdʒəʳ] N (= inhabitant) → vecino/a m/f del pueblo; [of small village] → aldeano/a m/f

villager

[ˈvɪlɪdʒər] nvillageois(e) m/fvillage school nécole f de village

villager

nDörfler(in) m(f), → Dorfbewohner(in) m(f) (also Admin)

villager

[ˈvɪlɪdʒəʳ] nabitante m/f di paese, paesano/a

village

(ˈvilidʒ) noun
1. a group of houses etc which is smaller than a town. They live in a little village; (also adjective) a village school.
2. the people who live in such a group of houses. The whole village turned out to see the celebrations.
ˈvillager noun
a person who lives in a village.
References in classic literature ?
and a large, red-haired villager hurried up, stripping off his clothes as he ran.
The boys thought that this happy circumstance would turn suspicion in the right direction; but they were disappointed, for more than one villager remarked:
They all staggered along, Gerald still clutching the dressing-case, and supported on the other side by an excited and somewhat incoherent villager.
Now, a Hill-man makes nothing of a few hundred feet up or down, and as soon as the villagers saw the smoke in the deserted shrine, the village priest climbed up the terraced hillside to welcome the stranger.
While hovering near an altar, on which some villagers were sacrificing a goat, she suddenly seized a piece of the flesh, and carried it, along with a burning cinder, to her nest.
The rider drew rein among the villagers round his stirrup.
Now the villagers of the Waingunga are angry with him, and he has come here to make our villagers angry.
The traveller put his horse into a quick walk up the village, but when he approached the Green, the beauty of the view that lay on his right hand, the singular contrast presented by the groups of villagers with the knot of Methodists near the maple, and perhaps yet more, curiosity to see the young female preacher, proved too much for his anxiety to get to the end of his journey, and he paused.
At their approach the villagers came pouring out, and Usanga advanced with two of his warriors to palaver with the chief.
So when the villagers find they are visited by a colony of these vampires they get out, taking their live stock with them, and stay in caves or in densely wooded places until the bats fly on.
As the eyes of the villagers fell upon the prisoner, they went wild, and heavy jaws fell open in astonishment and incredulity.
The lane was crowded with villagers and people from the neighbouring farmhouses, who were all kept back, however, by a little cordon of soldiers.