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Definitions of peon in various dictionaries:
noun - a laborer who is obliged to do menial work
An unskilled laborer or farm worker of Latin America or the southwest United States.
Such a worker bound in servitude to a landlord creditor.
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Hacienda hand, maybe|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|A person of low social status, or a day laborer|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|a Spanish-American day labourer or unskilled farm worker.|
|a laborer who is obliged to do menial work|
|a farm worker in South America who does jobs that do not need any particular skill|
|a person who does work that does not need any particular skill, often one who is not paid well or treated well:|
|someone whose job is to work in an office doing jobs that do not need any particular skill|
|An unskilled laborer or farm worker of Latin America or the southwest United States.|
|Such a worker bound in servitude to a landlord creditor.|
|A menial worker a drudge.|
|In India and other parts of South and Southeast Asia, a person of menial position, especially a messenger, servant, or foot soldier.|
|Peon, Miranda, VENEZUELA|
|Peon, Arequipa, PERU|
|Peon, Guanajuato, MEXICO|
|Peon, Bio-Bio, CHILE|
Peon (English , from the Spanish peón [peon]) usually refers to a person subject to peonage: any form of unfree labour or wage labor in which a laborer (peon) has little control over employment conditions. Peon and peonage can refer to the colonial period in Latin America and other countries colonized by Spain as well as the period after U.S. Civil War when "Black Codes" were passed to maintain chattel slavery through other means.|
* The word peon also has a variety of related, less formal uses.