Etymology
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maker (n.)

c. 1300, "one who creates, shapes, forms, or molds," also "God as creator," agent noun from make (v.). Specifically, "manufacturer" by late 14c. To meet (one's) maker "die" is attested by 1814.

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Definitions of maker
1
maker (n.)
a person who makes things;
Synonyms: shaper
maker (n.)
a business engaged in manufacturing some product;
Synonyms: manufacturer / manufacturing business
2
Maker (n.)
terms referring to the Judeo-Christian God;
Synonyms: Godhead / Lord / Creator / Divine / God Almighty / Almighty / Jehovah
From wordnet.princeton.edu