One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
robber, burglar, housebreaker, cat burglar, shoplifter, pickpocket, sneak thief, mugger, larcenist, stealer, pilferer, poacher
raider, looter, plunderer, pillager, marauder
bandit, brigand, pirate, highwayman
informal crook, cracksman, steamer
North American informal yegg, second-story man, second-story worker
West Indian informal tief
British rhyming slang tea leaf
archaic cutpurse, pickpurse, footpad, lurcher
rare peculator, defalcator
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