Definition of namer in English:

namer

noun

See name

‘Today, as we track the tempestuous pair bearing down on Florida, Bonnie and Charley, we wonder why the storm namers when they got to the sea storm this year did not choose Clyde.’
  • ‘This dilemma illustrates one of the many examples in which species namers did us no favors.’
  • ‘He came to the profession from a background in devising cryptic crosswords and says it takes a particular type of person to make a good horse namer.’
  • ‘In each case, though, both the namer and the named seemed to be acting altruistically.’
  • ‘Linnaeus, that great Swedish namer of plants, was pretty circumspect too when he called it Lycopersicon esculentum, the edible wolf-peach.’