Definition of harper
1 : a harp player
2 : one that harps
Recent Examples of harper from the Web
Lavender Mist Lane, 13620-Nicole A. Harper to Henry Charry and Ana P. Ossa, $450,000.
Harper, Ryan Zimmerman and Daniel Murphy are among the early favorites for the NL MVP award and Scherzer fronts a top-heavy rotation.
Harper and the boy were pinned under the trailer, the Highway Patrol said.
Harper was one of seven fathers honored at Friday's Cuyahoga County Fatherhood Conference, two days before Father's Day, for success in programs funded by the $1 million county initiative.
Posey did not try to prevent Harper from charging the mound.
Harper reached the agreement Wednesday with Major League Baseball and began serving the suspension immediately.
Harper sponsored a lottery bill in the 2016 legislative session that was blocked from going to the ballot by the House.
Harper and Strickland were ejected and the Nationals eventually won, 3-0.
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First Known Use of harper
before 12th century
Definition of Harper
Stephen (Joseph) 1959– Canadian politician; prime minister of Canada (2006–15)
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