meaning of Anker

Anker meaning in General Dictionary

a liquid measure in various nations of European countries The Dutch anker previously in addition utilized in The united kingdomt included about 10 for the old wine gallons or 812 imperial gallons

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  • A liquid measure in several nations of European countries. The Dutchu000du000a anker, previously in addition utilized in England, contained about 10 regarding the oldu000du000a wine gallons, or 8/ imperial gallons.

Anker meaning in Names Dictionary

Manly.
Name Origin: Greek
Name Gender: Male


Anker meaning in Law Dictionary

measure containing ten gallons.


Anker meaning in Etymology Dictionary

in addition anchor, liquid measure in North Sea and Baltic trade, very early 14c., from Dutch, about German Anker, Swedish ankare, Medieval Latin anceria "keg, vat," which will be of unknown origin. That Rotterdam, as soon as used in The united kingdomt, equaled 10 old wine or 8.5 imperial gallons.


Anker - German to English

abutment

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  • anchor iron
  • anchor
  • support
  • escapement
  • escape
  • guy
  • lever
  • anchor with overhang
  • retainer
  • armature
  • rotor
  • (relais) pallet

Anker meaning in General Dictionary

(n.) A liquid measure in several nations of Europe. The Dutch anker, formerly additionally found in England, included about 10 of this old wine gallons, or 8/ imperial gallons.