from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who transported goods, usually with a horse and cart
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A man whose employment is to drive, or to convey goods in, a car or car.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A man who drives a car or cart.
- n. A man.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
 A carman was a worker with carts, and Carter seems to mean here a worker who wears good, stout shoes for his job.
a kind of carman's frock, which, being of the better sort, made me look like the son of a reputable farmer of the lower class.
And he took the old stetho out of his right carman.
And I myself took a clean tashtook from my carman to wrap round poor old dying Dim's rooker, howling and moaning as he was, and the krovvy stopped like I said it would, O my brothers.
So up I went to the tenth floor, and there I saw 10-8 as it had been before, and my rooker trembled and shook as I took out of my carman the little klootch I had for opening up.
So there I was, very very early in the morning, with just this bit of pretty polly in my left carman, jingle-jangling it and wondering:
Also I had by far the best job of all we four, being in the National Gramodisc Archives on the music side with a real horrorshow carman full of pretty polly at the week's end and a lot of nice free discs for my own malenky self on the side.
Throughout the special, including the segments listed above, www. carman.org, the website of Carman Ministries, periodically appears on the screen, giving the appearance of an endorsement of this ministry by the U.S. military.
The pullman carman one is my favorite, but doesn't have any frozen bush.
A certain man named Gregory, who was foreman of the packers, and another named Tipp, who was the carman, and wore a red jacket, used to address me sometimes as ‘David’: but I think it was mostly when we were very confidential, and when I had made some efforts to entertain them, over our work, with some results of the old readings; which were fast perishing out of my remembrance.