someone who performs rap music
knocker, doorknocker, rapper(noun)
a device (usually metal and ornamental) attached by a hinge to a door
A musician specializing in rap music.
Origin: [From Rap.]
One who, or that which, raps or knocks; specifically, the knocker of a door.
A performer of rap music
A forcible oath or lie.
obsolete: Scottish English word for "sword."
A flexible strip of metal, 45-60cm long, with handles at each end, used for Northumbrian rapper sword dancing.
A mechanical, or later electric, signalling device formerly used in the mines of north-eastern England to signal to the engineman that the cages carrying men or coals up and down the shaft were ready to be raised or lowered.
one who, or that which, raps or knocks; specifically, the knocker of a door
a forcible oath or lie
Origin: [From Rap.]
Rapper is a profession.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
rap′ėr, n. one who raps, esp. a spiritualistic medium: a swinging knocker for making signals at the mouth of a shaft: a loud oath or bold lie.—adj. Rap′ping (prov.), remarkably large.
A type of artist, performer or musician who creates music with rhythmic words and lyrics spoken along with music.
The town had a local concert and asked a young rapper to perform to give him an opportunity to perform and have his voice heard.Submitted by MC Harmonious on December 18, 2015
The numerical value of rapper in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of rapper in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Examples of rapper in a Sentence
We have no evidence that the rapper known as Deso Dogg … died in a military action.
Yesterday I asked my son who his hero was. He gave me a rapper’s name, i brought my children here to show them what a real hero was.
I love what he has to say, I love how he says it, I love his sort of rhythmical experimentation and diversity, he's a brilliant rapper and a really great artist.
It's likely going to make kids and young adults more interested in experimenting with tobacco and marijuana, particularly when they see influential people, such as a rapper they admire, using the product. It's also decreasing the perceived riskiness of using the product.
Right now he's desperate. He should be talking about me, not Eminem and Dre and everybody else. He'll lose, he knows that. The route that he has to take is the 'I'm a mad gangsta' hardcore route, and ain't nobody gonna believe him."--On his feud with bubblegum rapper Ja Rule.
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