Definition of tamer in English:

tamer

noun

See tame

in combination ‘a lion-tamer’
  • ‘The days of lion tamers and dancing elephants seem to be well and truly gone, and the stars of the modern circus seem to be the weird and wonderful talents of gifted human beings.’
  • ‘This was the result of the elephant tamers chaining the animal in order to restrict its movements, when it was very young and impressionable.’
  • ‘He had also become a reliable wild animal tamer.’
  • ‘All of this would have a deep impact on our understanding of horses, but an even deeper impact on our understanding of the tamer of horses, homo sapiens.’
  • ‘I mean, might as well play along with this reputation as the beast tamer, right?’

Pronunciation

tamer

/ˈteɪmə/