Definition of acreman in English:

acreman

noun

historical Scottish
  • A cultivator of the ground, a farmer; a ploughman; specifically †a manorial tenant; (Scottish) a person who rents a piece of ground of a Scottish acre or more.

Origin

Old English. From acre + man. Compare Middle Dutch ackerman, Middle Low German ackerman, Old High German ackarman, Old Icelandic akrmaðr.

Pronunciation:

acreman

/ˈeɪkəmən/