landloper

landloper

(ˈlændˌləʊpə)
n
Scot a vagabond or vagrant
[C16: from Dutch, from land + loopen to run, leap]
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land•lop•er

(ˈlændˌloʊ pər)

also land•loup•er

(-ˌlaʊ-, -ˌlu-)

n.
a wanderer, vagrant, or adventurer.
[1540–50; < Dutch: literally, land-runner. See land, lope, -er1]
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References in periodicals archive ?
Day's books include Joan of Arc of the North Woods (New York: Harper, 1922) and The Landloper: The Romance of a Man on Foot (New York: Harper, 1915).
Die postmoderne reisiger skuil dikwels agter die masker van die migrant, die toeris, die landloper (wat weer aansluiting vind by die pikareske tradisie) en die flaneur.