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Definitions for passer
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passerby, passer-by, passernoun
a person who passes by casually or by chance
a person who passes as a member of a different ethnic or racial group
a student who passes an examination
passer, forward passernoun
(football) a ball carrier who tries to gain ground by throwing a forward pass
Passer, genus Passernoun
type genus of the Passeridae
Someone who passes, someone who makes a pass
A football player who makes a forward pass, who may be (but not limited to) the quarterback.
One who passes; a passenger.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
One who passes; one that is upon the road.
Etymology: from pass.
Under you ride the home and foreign shipping in so near a distance, that, without troubling the passer or borrowing Stentor’s voice, you may confer with any in the town. Carew.
Have we so soon forgot,
When, like a matron, butcher’d by her sons,
And cast beside some common way a spectacle
Of horror and affright to passers by,
Our groaning country bled at every vein. Nicholas Rowe.
Passer is a genus of sparrows, also known as the true sparrows. The genus contains 28 species and includes the house sparrow and the Eurasian tree sparrow, two of the most common birds in the world. They are small birds with thick bills for eating seeds, and are mostly coloured grey or brown. Native to the Old World, some species have been introduced throughout the world.
one who passes; a passenger
Passer is a genus of sparrows, also known as the true sparrows. The genus includes the House Sparrow and Eurasian Tree Sparrow, some of the most common birds in the world. They are small birds with thick bills for eating seeds, and are mostly coloured grey or brown. Native to the Old World, some species have been introduced throughout the world.
Surnames Frequency by Census Records
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Passer is ranked #68345 in terms of the most common surnames in America.
The Passer surname appeared 288 times in the 2010 census and if you were to sample 100,000 people in the United States, approximately 0 would have the surname Passer.
97.9% or 282 total occurrences were White.
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The numerical value of passer in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of passer in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of passer in a Sentence
What are you really going to do? He’s a great passer and, obviously, (I’m) someone that attracts a lot of attention, too, you’ve got to make a decision. Do you stay on me or do you stay on him?
He’s another big that we really needed, we were thin on big men and he came in and did his thing. We can feed him in the post and he’s a great passer. He can shoot the ball and get to the free throw line. He can do a lot of things and he’s still a force.
If you're a really good passer in football, you line up the axis of rotation with the axis of symmetry of the football, and it doesn't wobble.
They asked me to do a bunch of stuff that I had never done: covering running backs and receivers and basically almost never rushing the passer, which is what I did in playing defensive line, they don’t have fun there. There’s nothing fun about it. There’s nothing happy about it. I didn’t enjoy any of my time there, you know what I’m saying? It made me for the first time in my life think about not playing football because I hated it that much.
A lot of people see his scoring prowess, obviously, he can shoot the 3, he can post up, his medium game is the best in the business. But when he came to the Warriors, I was shocked by two things. The biggest thing was just his feel and intelligence on the defensive end of the floor ... and then on top of that, he’s a phenomenal passer.
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