noun, plural bat·men. (in the British army) a soldier assigned to an officer as a servant.
Origin: 1745–55; short for bat-horse man, equivalent to bat < French bât packsaddle (< Vulgar Latin *bastum, noun derivative of *bastāre to carry < Late Greek *bastân, re-formation of Greek bastázein to lift, carry) + horse + man1--Dictionary.com
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verb (used without object) 1. to remain inactive or in a state of repose, as until something expected happens (often followed by for, till, or until)–Dictionary-com
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