Etymology
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forager (n.)

late 14c., "a plunderer," from Old French foragier, from forrage "fodder; pillaging" (see forage (n.)). From early 15c. in English as "one who gathers food for horses and cattle."

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Definitions of forager

forager (n.)
someone who hunts for food and provisions;
in Japan a fungus forager can earn a good living
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