Definition of badgeman in English:

badgeman

noun

historical
  • A man who wears a badge by way of accreditation; specifically (a) a licensed beggar, an almsman; (b) (formerly, at Trinity College, Dublin) a servant who ran errands for undergraduates; (c) an authorized or licensed porter.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in David Lloyd. From badge + man.

Pronunciation

badgeman

/ˈbadʒmən/