From Colossus Inklings No.119

Milliner – ‘originally meant ‘native of Milan’, later ‘a vendor of fancy goods from Milan’.

Stationer – comes from the medieval Latin stationarius meaning ‘tradesman at a fixed location, ie not itinerant’.

Butcher – ‘variant of the Old French bochier from boc ‘he-goat’ or buc ‘male deer’.

Tailor -‘Originally from the Latin taliare meaning ‘to cut’.

Confectioner – ‘From the Latin conficere meaning ‘put together’. In the Middle Ages it generally applied to medicinal preparations.