hooker

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1hook·er

noun \ˈh-kər\

Definition of HOOKER

1
:  one that hooks
2
:  drink <a hooker of Scotch>
3

First Known Use of HOOKER

1567

Rhymes with HOOKER

2hooker

noun

Definition of HOOKER

:  a one-masted fishing boat used on the English and Irish coasts; also :  a small clumsy boat

Origin of HOOKER

Dutch hoeker, alteration of Middle Dutch hoecboot, from hoec fishhook + boot boat
First Known Use: 1801

Rhymes with HOOKER

Hook·er

biographical name \ˈh-kər\

Definition of HOOKER

Joseph 1814–1879 Am. gen.

Hooker

biographical name

Definition of HOOKER

Sir Joseph Dalton 1817–1911 Eng. botanist

Hooker

biographical name

Definition of HOOKER

Richard 1554–1600 Eng. theol.

Hooker

biographical name

Definition of HOOKER

Thomas 1586?–1647 Eng. Puritan clergyman & founder of Connecticut

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