Etymology
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picker (n.)

1520s, "one who steals;" the meaning in trades and occupations "one who picks" in any sense is from 1550s; agent noun from pick (v.). From 1923 as "one who plays a banjo, guitar, or similar stringed musical instrument." Picker-upper "something that revives" is attested from 1936.

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Definitions of picker

picker (n.)
a person who chooses or selects out;
Synonyms: chooser / selector
picker (n.)
someone who gathers crops or fruits etc.;
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