Cooper, Peter Coopernoun
United States industrialist who built the first American locomotive; founded Cooper Union in New York City to offer free courses in the arts and sciences (1791-1883)
Cooper, Gary Cooper, Frank Coopernoun
United States film actor noted for his portrayals of strong silent heroes (1901-1961)
Cooper, James Fenimore Coopernoun
United States novelist noted for his stories of American Indians and the frontier life (1789-1851)
cooper, barrel makerverb
a craftsman who makes or repairs wooden barrels or tubs
make barrels and casks
derived from cooper.
A craftsman who makes and repairs barrels and similar wooden vessels such as casks, buckets and tubs.
To make and repair barrels etc.
An English occupational surname derived from cooper.
A male given name transferred from the surname.
A small town in Washington County, Maine, United States.
An unincorporated community in Seneca County, Ohio, United States.
A city, the county seat of Delta County, Texas, United States.
An unincorporated community in Houston County, Texas.
one who makes barrels, hogsheads, casks, etc
to do the work of a cooper upon; as, to cooper a cask or barrel
work done by a cooper in making or repairing barrels, casks, etc.; the business of a cooper
Etymology: [From Coop.]
The city of Cooper is the county seat of Delta County, in the U.S. state of Texas. Located between the north and south forks of the Sulphur River, Cooper is the largest settlement within Delta County. As of the U.S. Census of 2010, Cooper had a population of 1,969. First inhabited by native peoples, Cooper was founded around 1870, at the same time that Delta County was established. Cooper grew rapidly and it quickly became the center of local events. The city's economy relied primarily on agricultural farming and the shipping of local goods. In the mid-1890s, a railroad line was built through the city, assisting in Cooper's growth. The city continued to grow through the 1910s, and into the early 1920s. In 1926, however, the region's cotton crop failed, devastating the local economy. Many businesses were forced to close, including the railroad, and the city's population plummeted. Although Cooper began to recover during the mid-1930s, many people who left did not return, and the city never fully recovered. The local economy continued to rely on the growing of cotton as the main economy into the 1960s, until it began to shift to wheat growing in the early 1970s. The population of Cooper has been on a slow decline since the 1970s.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
kōōp′ėr, n. a floating grog-shop.—v.i. to supply fishing-boats at sea with liquor. [See Coper.]
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
A rating for a first-class petty officer, who repairs casks, &c.
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Etymology and Origins
A publican’s term for half ale and half porter. See “Entire.”
The numerical value of Cooper in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of Cooper in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
This is the main hub for tech in New York and we thrive on the talent here, we thrive on the universities that encourage innovation. Cooper Union is here, New York University is here, Columbia is way up the street, but Cooper Union’s here. Cooper Union’s Cooper Union.
A decade ago you could hardly find a cooper (barrel-maker)in Serbia; now there are more and more.
When I go to the circus and there’s a guy in a cage with 12 tigers, there’s always a chance that one of the tigers didn’t get the message, when you see a guy on a tight wire, you know that there may be a second you witness a tragedy. I always wanted that in our show: What they’re seeing could be the last night of Alice Cooper.
I get some power from Bradley Cooper that is about stepping up and living your best life and being exactly who you want to be.
Kelly Cooper have to have thick skin to be anyone in the trade, to be a woman in the trade, you have to have a particularly thick skin.
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- boterCatalan, Valencian
- Cooper, KüferGerman
- tonelero, cobreSpanish
- püttsepp, aamisseppEstonian
- پیت سازPersian
- bodnár, kádár, pintérHungarian
- бондарь, бочарRussian
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