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A settler is a person who has migrated from the land of his or her birth, or who takes up residence on land and cultivates it, as opposed to a nomad.
Settler or settlers may also refer to:
- The Settlers (novel), a Swedish novel by Vilhelm Moberg
- The Settlers, an American novel set in pre-state Israel, by Meyer Levin
- The Settlers (band), a British folk band of the 1960s and early 70s
- Settler (Asimov), the word used in the context of Isaac Asimov's Robots-Empire-Foundation series
- The Settlers of Catan, a German board game commonly shortened to "Settlers"
- The Settlers, a computer game series
- The Settlers (video game), the first game in the series
- Settler Swahili, a Swahili pidgin
- Charles Carroll the Settler (1661–1720), lawyer and planter in colonial Maryland
- Settling, the process where particulates settle to the bottom of a liquid
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