Hello World Out There World!
This weeks old word Friday is jobler. Jobler is a noun believed to have been created around 1662 and didn’t grow in popularity after that. This weeks word means ‘someone who works small jobs’.
Pronunciation of this word is:
Examples of using this word in a sentence are:
If you can’t find full-time work than become a jobler.
I met a nice gentleman the other day who’s a wonderful jobler.
I like the word jobler. It is easy and fun to say, which is usually the reasons behind why I want certain words to come back into common use – like nibling. If used in common conversation jobler may confuse some people but the word has job in it… so it is possible that those you say the word to will pick up on what it could mean. I would love to have this word make a comeback, but only time will tell. :3