owner - Wiktionary
owner
English
Etymology
own +‎ -er
Pronunciation
Noun
owner (plural owners)
  1. One who owns something.
    The police recovered the stolen car and returned it to its owner.
    2012, Sherri Lackey, The Vrykolakas Deviation (page 117)
    Sometimes the sound was close, as the owner of the voice was wandering just on the outside walls of his living quarters.
  2. (nautical, slang) The captain of a ship.
Synonyms
(one who owns): possessor, proprietor (of a business, etc)
Derived terms
Related terms
own
Descendants
→ Japanese: オーナー (ōnā)
Translations
one who owns
Anagrams
Rowen, rewon, rowen, worne
Last edited on 5 May 2021, at 20:27
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