1    a person employed to carry luggage, parcels, supplies, etc., esp. at a railway station or hotel  
2    (in hospitals) a person employed to move patients from place to place  
3      (U.S. and Canadian)   a railway employee who waits on passengers, esp. in a sleeper  
4      (E African)   a manual labourer  
     (C14: from Old French portour, from Late Latin portator, from Latin portare to carry)  
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porter, porter, Porter, Porte

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