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1English regional. In proverbial and allusive use: Rutlandshire; an inhabitant or native of Rutlandshire.
2A digger of, or dealer in, raddle. Now historical.
Early 17th century; earliest use found in Michael Drayton (1536–1631), poet. From raddle + man.
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