meaning of Barker

Barker meaning in General Dictionary

One who strips woods of their bark

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  • An animal that barks for this reason anybody which clamors unreasonably
  • informal terms for puppies
  • somebody who appears before a show (as at a carnival) and gives a loud colorful sales communicate with prospective customers
  • an animal that barks; hence, anybody whom clamors unreasonably.
  • person who appears during the doors of shops to urg/ passers by to go shopping.
  • A pistol.
  • The spotted redshank.
  • a person who strips woods of their bark.

Barker meaning in Names Dictionary

Shepherd.
Name Origin: English
Name Gender: Male


Barker meaning in Etymology Dictionary

"noisy other," late 15c., broker noun from bark (v.). Particular feeling of "loud assistant in an auction, store, or show" is from 1690s.


Barker meaning in General Dictionary

(n.) An animal that barks; hence, anybody who clamors unreasonably.

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  • (n.) One that appears at doorways of shops to urg/ passers by to produce expenditures.
  • (letter.) A pistol.
  • (n.) The spotted redshank.
  • (n.) One who strips trees of these bark.

Sentence Examples with the word Barker

In Zygosaccharomyces described by Barker (1901) we have a form of the usual sprouting type, but here again there is a fusion of two cells to form a sporangium.

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