Definitions for Reaperˈri pər

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

reap•erˈri pər(n.)

  1. a machine for cutting standing grain; reaping machine.

    Category: Agriculture

  2. a person who reaps.

  3. (cap.)

    Ref: Grim Reaper.

Origin of reaper:

bef. 1000

Princeton's WordNet

  1. harvester, reaper(noun)

    someone who helps to gather the harvest

  2. Grim Reaper, Reaper(noun)

    Death personified as an old man or a skeleton with a scythe

  3. harvester, reaper(noun)

    farm machine that gathers a food crop from the fields


  1. reaper(Noun)

    One who reaps.

  2. reaper(Noun)

    A machine used to harvest crops.

  3. reaper(Noun)

    Reaper Shortened form of "The Grim Reaper", the angel of death.

    Don't fear the Reaper,/ We'll be able to fly. uE000116301uE001 Lyrics from Don't Fear the Reaper by Blue u00D6yster Cult

Webster Dictionary

  1. Reaper(noun)

    one who reaps

  2. Reaper(noun)

    a reaping machine



    REAPER is a digital audio workstation created by Cockos. It is distributed with an uncrippled evaluation license with a nag screen explaining the license cost. It is currently available for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and GNU/Linux under Wine. Version 4 of REAPER was released on August 3, 2011.

The New Hacker's Dictionary

  1. reaper

    A prowler that removes files. A file removed in this way is said to have been reaped.

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a person or machine that reaps.

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