[rap-er] /ˈræp ər/
a person or thing that or knocks.
the knocker of a door.
Slang. a person who chats or talks, especially freely.
a person who performs , especially professionally.
something used for rapping, such as a knocker on a door
a performer of rap music
agent noun meaning “one who raps” in any sense (see rap (v.)). Before the hip-hpo performance sense emerged c.1979, it could mean “door-knocker” (1630s), “spirit-rapper” (1755), “professional perjurer” (1840), prison slang for “prosecutor” (1904), “itinerant antiques buyer,” with a tinge of shadiness (1914). Rapster is from 1772.
: rapper talk, which pulls in language from 40s hipsters, 60s hippies, and even cockney rhyming slang
[rap-ee, rah-pee] /ˈræp i, ˈrɑ pi/ noun, Canadian (chiefly the Maritime Provinces) . 1. a pie containing grated potatoes and chicken, duck, or rabbit meat. /ˈræpeɪ/ noun 1. (Canadian) an Acadian dish of grated potatoes and pork or chicken
[rap-ing] /ˈræp ɪŋ/ noun 1. the act or sound of a person or thing that . 2. communication by the sound of taps or knocks, as between medium and spirit during a séance. [rap] /ræp/ verb (used with object), rapped, rapping. 1. to strike, especially with a quick, smart, or light blow: He rapped the […]
[ra-pee-nee] /ræˈpi ni/ noun 1. . [ra-pee-nee] /ræˈpi ni/ noun 1. the leaves of the turnip, Brassica rapa, eaten cooked or raw as greens.
[hahr-muh-nist] /ˈhɑr mə nɪst/ noun 1. a member of a celibate religious sect that emigrated from Germany to Pennsylvania in 1803. [rap-ist] /ˈræp ɪst/ noun 1. . /ˈhɑːmənɪst/ noun 1. a person skilled in the art and techniques of harmony 2. a person who combines and collates parallel narratives