Definition of Ockers

1. Noun. (plural of ocker) ¹



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Definition of Ockers

1. ocker [n] - See also: ocker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ockers

ochroleucous
ochrometer
ochronosis
ochronotic
ochronotic arthritis
ochrous
ochry
ochymy
ocicat
ocicats
ocinaplon
ock
ocker
ockerism
ockerisms
ockers (current term)
oconee bells
ocotillo
ocotillos
ocra
ocrase
ocrea
ocreae
ocreas
ocreate
ocrelizumab
ocrylate
oct-
octa
octa-

Literary usage of Ockers

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1. Africans and Europeans in West Africa: Elminans and Dutchmen on the Gold by Harvey M. Feinberg (1989)
"... ockers to Valkenier, May 30, 1726, f. 406. See also Chapter VI. ... ockers to Valkenier, May 31, 1726, f. 411-412. ^For the full details and a ..."

2. The Budget Report of the State Board of Finance and Control to the General by Governor, Connecticut Board of Finance and Control, Connecticut, Board of Finance and Control (1915)
"Oyster Farms Co , 805 The HJ Lewis Oyster Co., 806 Miller & Brown, 807 HC Rowe, 808 PF West, Est., 809 Frederick ockers, 810 The HJ Lewis Oyster Co., ..."

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