Etymology
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landsman (n.)

1590s, "man of the same country," from genitive of land (n.) + man (n.). From 1660s as "one who lives on land and has little experience of the sea."

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Definitions of landsman

landsman (n.)
a person who lives and works on land;
Synonyms: landlubber / landman
landsman (n.)
an inexperienced sailor; a sailor on the first voyage;
Synonyms: landlubber / lubber
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