• Definition for "peon"
    • An unskilled laborer or farm worker of Latin…
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peon definition

  • noun:
    • An unskilled laborer or farm worker of Latin America or perhaps the southwest US.
    • These types of an employee bound in servitude to a landlord creditor.
    • A menial employee; a drudge.
    • In Asia as well as other components of South and Southeast Asia, you of menial position, especially a messenger, servant, or base soldier.
    • A lowly person, a peasant or serf, a labourer who is obliged to-do menial work
    • See poon.
    • A foot soldier; a policeman; also, an office attendant; a messenger.
    • each and every day laborer; a servant; specially, in some for the Spanish-American countries, debtor held by their creditor in a type of skilled servitude, to work out a debt.
    • See 2d Pawn.
    • A day-laborer; particularly, in Spanish The united states, a species of serf, compelled to function for his creditor until his debts tend to be paid.
    • In India: A foot-soldier.
    • A messenger; an attendant or orderly.
    • A native constable or policeman.
    • In chess, a piece representing a footman; a pawn.
    • a laborer that is obliged to complete menial work
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