[luhm-ber-jak] /ˈlʌm bərˌdʒæk/
a person who works at ; logger.
Canadian. the gray jay.
(esp in North America) a person whose work involves felling trees, transporting the timber, etc
1831, Canadian English, from lumber (n.) + Jack.
/ˈlʌmbəˌdʒækɪt/ noun 1. a boldly coloured, usually checked jacket in warm cloth, as worn by lumberjacks US name lumberjack
noun 1. a short, straight, wool plaid jacket or coat, for informal wear, usually belted and having patch pockets.
[luhm-ber] /ˈlʌm bər/ verb (used without object) 1. to move clumsily or heavily, especially from great or ponderous bulk: overloaded wagons lumbering down the dirt road. 2. to make a rumbling noise. /ˈlʌmbə/ noun 1. (mainly US & Canadian) 2. (Brit) verb 3. (transitive) to pile together in a disorderly manner 4. (transitive) to fill […]
[luhm-ber-muh n] /ˈlʌm bər mən/ noun, plural lumbermen. 1. a person who deals in . 2. .