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A stevedore, longshoreman, docker or dockworker is a waterfront manual laborer who is involved in loading and unloading ships, trucks, trains or airplanes. The word stevedore originated in Portugal or Spain, and entered the English language through its use by sailors. It started as a phonetic spelling of estivador (Portuguese) or estibador (Spanish), meaning a man who loads ships and stows cargo, which was the original meaning of stevedore (though there is a secondary meaning of "a man who stuffs" in Spanish); compare Latinstīpāre meaning to stuff, as in to fill with stuffing. In the United Kingdom, men who load and unload ships are usually called dockers, in Australiadockers or wharfies, while in the United States and Canada the term longshoreman, derived from man-along-the-shore, is used. In some ports a Stevedore is a person who decides where cargo is stowed on a ship, in order for safe stowage and even balance of a ship. In present-day American waterfront usage, a stevedore is usually a person or a company who manages the operation of loading or unloading a ship. Sometimes the word "stevedore" is used to mean "man who loads and unloads a ship" as the British "docker".
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