ETYM Italian, from Latin Cicero, the Roman orator. So called from the ordinary talkativeness of such a guide.
A guide who conducts and informs sightseers.
Guide; tour guide; (Italian) guide escorting tourists, sightseers.
1. A college or university teacher or lecturer
2. A person who leads guided tours especially through a museum or art gallery.
ETYM From French dragoman, truchement, or Spanish dragoman, or Italian dragomanno; all from Arabic tarjumân, from the same source as Eng. targum. Related to Drogman.
An interpreter and guide in the Near East.
Interpreter; guide and interpreter.
ETYM Old Eng. giae, French guide, Italian guida. Related to Guide.
Someone who shows the way by leading or advising.
ETYM French pilote, prob. from Dutch peillood plummet, sounding lead.
1. A person qualified to guide ships through difficult waters going into or out of a harbor.
2. Someone who is licensed to operate an aircraft in flight.
Any of several breeds of dog, bred originally for herding sheep. The dog now most commonly used by shepherds and farmers in Britain to tend sheep is the border collie. Non-pedigree dogs of the border collie type, though more variable in size and color, are referred to as working sheepdogs. Other recognized British breeds are the Old English and Shetland sheepdogs. Many countries have their own breeds of sheepdog, such as the Belgian sheepdog, Australian kelpie and Hungarian puli. sheep dog, sheep-dog.