a person or an animal that digs
a tool, part of a machine, etc., for digging
3. (initial capital letter) . Also called Digger Indian.
a member of any of several Indian peoples of western North America, especially of a tribe that dug
roots for food.
an Australian or New Zealand soldier of World War I.
(initial capital letter) English History. a member of a group that advocated the abolition of private property and began in 1649 to cultivate certain common lands.
Slang. a person hired by a scalper to buy tickets to a show or performance for resale by the scalper at inflated prices.
Origin: 1400–50; late Middle English;