bellman

[bel-muhn]
noun, plural bellmen.
1.
a bellhop.
2.
a person who carries or rings a bell, especially a town crier or watchman.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see bell1, -man

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bellman (ˈbɛlmən)
 
n , pl -men
a man who rings a bell, esp (formerly) a town crier

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Example sentences
Hotel amenities include an indoor pool with city views, bellman services,
  fitness center and paid self-parking on site.
Ask your hotel's concierge desk or your housekeeper or bellman for
  recommendations on your island.
Nowadays, style superstars are doing more than whipping up bellman uniforms
  they're putting their labels on lodging.
At the entrance the bellman helped us with our bags and parked our car.
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