. See Bake
, v. t.
A baker's dozen, thirteen. -- Baker foot, a distorted foot. [Obs.] Jer. Taylor. -- Baker's itch, a rash on the back of the hand, caused by the irritating properties of yeast. -- Baker's salt, the subcarbonate of ammonia, sometimes used instead of soda, in making bread.
One whose business it is to bake bread, biscuit, etc. [1913 Webster]
A portable oven in which baking is done. [1913 Webster]
bookdealer, bookseller, butcher, chandler, chef, chef de cuisine, chief cook, clothing merchant, confectioner, cook, culinarian, culinary artist, draper, drysalter, fishmonger, fishwife, florist, footwear merchant, fruiterer, fry cook, furnisher, furrier, greengrocer, grocer, groceryman, haberdasher, hardwareman, ironmonger, jeweler, kitchener, liquor merchant, newsdealer, pastry chef, pastrycook, perfumer, poulterer, saddler, short-order cook, stationer, tobacconist, vintner, wine merchant