Definition of Hanapers

1. Noun. (plural of hanaper) ¹



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Definition of Hanapers

1. hanaper [n] - See also: hanaper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hanapers

hamulus of spiral lamina
hamulus ossis hamati
hamulus pterygoideus
hamycin
hamza
hamzah
hamzahs
hamzas
hamzated
han't
han-geul
hanai
hanamachi
hanap
hanaper
hanapers (current term)
hanaps
hanatoxin
hanatoxins
hanawaltite
hanazumo
hance
hanced
hances
hanch
hanched
hanches
hanching
hancing
hand

Literary usage of Hanapers

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1. The Archaeological Journal by Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland Central Committee, Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland (1871)
"XVI. containing muniments of the kings of Scotland and others of that country, placed in " two forcers of leather bound with iron, four hanapers covered ..."

2. The Antient Kalendars and Inventories of the Treasury of His Majesty's by Great Britain Exchequer, Francis Palgrave (1836)
"=r , hanapers woven of ... &C One of these hanapers was discovered under rather remarkable circumstances. On the 15th Feb., in the 3d year of the reign Vol. ..."

3. A Guide to the Public Records of Scotland Deposited in H. M. General ...by Matthew Livingstone by Matthew Livingstone (1905)
"... nine wooden forcers, eighteen " hanapers of twigs, and thirty-two boxes," besides the other muniments and memoranda of the same country particularly ..."

4. Scotland: Documents and Records Illustrating the History of Scotland, and by Great Britain Exchequer, Francis Palgrave, Great Britain Record Commission (1837)
"... documents filled certain forcers of leather bound with iron, four hanapers covered with black leather, nine wooden forcers, ..."

5. Unknown Hungary by Victor Tissot (1881)
"There are hanapers too,1 cups, which held a litre, and of which history tells us that only twenty- four were emptied as a daily measure at the court of a ..."

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