Definition of homager in English:

homager

noun

  • 1A person who shows reverence, dutiful respect, or honour to another; a worshipper.

  • 2Feudal Law. A person who owes homage or fealty; one who holds land by homage. Now historical.

  • 3A manorial tenant, especially one attending a manorial court, or the jury of such a court. Compare "homage". Now historical.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Geoffrey Chaucer (c1340–1400), poet and administrator. Partly from homage + -er, and partly from Anglo-Norman homager person who owes homage.

Pronunciation

homager

/ˈhɒmɪdʒə/