wonner

wonner

(ˈwɒnə)
n
archaic an inhabitant, an occupant
References in classic literature ?
Gawd," he said, "I wonner if I've been played fer a duffer.
This part of California has always been Thiebaud's base, and he has an affinity--at least of friendship and shared seriousness about painting--with a group of artists who flourished in the San Francisco Bay Area: Elmer Bischoff, David Park, Nathan Oliveira, Paul Wonner, Richard Diebenkorn.
The merger with Systancia, which we've known for several years, was a obvious next step considering our shared ambition in several areas," says David Wonner, President of Avencis.
Oregon Women: Jess Eldridge, first; Chloe Hallock, second; Leah Shirley, alternate Washington Women: Lisa Greenacre, first; Colleen Wonner, second; Adrienne Watral, alternate
I've already trained for death in that direction," she wrote Brown and Wonner from John Money's.
PHOTO : Dutch Still Life with Primroses, Paul Wonner, 1979, acrylic on canvas
2) This was an area known as a site for making wonners, digging sticks used by women to unearth roots or bullfrogs, which were also used to resolve disputes between women (Collard et al.