Definition of Koker

1. a sluice gate [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Koker

koines
koinomatter
koinonia
koinonias
kois
koji
kojic acid
kojis
kok-saghyz
kok-sagyz
kokama
kokanee
kokanees
koken
kokens
koker (current term)
kokers
kokoi venom
kokoon
kokoons
kokoretsi
kokoretsis
kokosh cake
kokra
kokras
koktaite
kokugi
kokuji
kokum

Literary usage of Koker

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1. Travels in South Africa: Undertaken at the Request of the Missionary Society by John Campbell (1816)
"... TRIBES— koker TREE. : y WE departed at three, PM when almost the whole kraal .- was collected to witness our leaving them. Over many a hard 'reck were ..."

2. Smoke Abatement; a Manual for the Use of Manufacturers, Inspectors, Medical by William Nicholson (1905)
"... on Boilers—Jones Underfeed Mechanical Stoker—"koker" Stoker (Meldrum's Patent) —Sprinkler Stoker—Bennis Patent Self-cleaning Furnace — Underfeed Stoker. ..."

3. Sugar Growing and Refining: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Culture of Sugar by Charles George Warnford Lock, George William Wigner, Robert Henry Harland (1882)
"In making up the back dam, a space of 3 rods should have been left opposite to the main navigation trench, to facilitate putting in the back dam koker to ..."

4. Sugar: A Handbook for Planters and Refiners by Charles George Warnford Lock, Benjamin E. R. Newlands, John A. R. Newlands (1888)
"In making up the back dam, a. space of three rods should have been left opposite to the main navigation trench, to facilitate putting in the back dam koker ..."

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