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Piker vs. Punter

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Pikernoun

A soldier armed with a pike, a pikeman.

Punternoun

One who bets (punts) against the bank.

Pikernoun

One who bets or gambles only with small amounts of money.

Punternoun

One who oars or poles a punt (pontoon).

Pikernoun

A stingy person; a cheapskate.

Punternoun

One who punts a football.

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Pikernoun

An amateur.

Punternoun

One who gambles. See speculator.

Pikernoun

One who refuses to go out with friends, or leaves a party early.

‘Mate, don't be a piker! Come to Angie′s birthday party tonight!’;

Punternoun

A customer of a commercial establishment, frequently of a pub or (alternatively) of a prostitute.

Pikernoun

One who pikes (quits or backs out of a promise).

Punternoun

(climbing) A beginner or unskilled climber.

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Pikernoun

A male freshman at Cornell University.

Punternoun

The person who keeps score in basset or ombre.

Pikernoun

A tramp; a vagrant.

Punternoun

(Scotland) A person who trades with a gang but is not a gang member.

Punternoun

(internet slang) A program used to forcibly disconnect another user from a chat room.

Punternoun

One who punts; specifically, one who plays against the banker or dealer, as in baccara and faro.

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Punternoun

One who punts a football; also, one who propels a punt.

Punternoun

A scalper.

Punternoun

someone who propels a boat with a pole

Punternoun

(football) a person who kicks the football by dropping it from the hands and contacting it with the foot before it hits the ground

Punternoun

someone who bets

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