It's an archaic term for someone who sells something or gives something (usually unpleasant). It comes from "[noun]-monger", which follows the 2nd definition. I hear it most often as a sort of intimidating title in fantasy games/books. "Warmongerer" and so on.
Some more examples are hatemonger, fear monger, ...uh, "whoremonger." Yeah.
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