Clapper meaning

klăpər
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One who applauds.
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The tongue of a bell.
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The tongue of a garrulous person.
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Two flat pieces of wood held between the fingers and struck together rhythmically.
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A person who claps.
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Anything that makes a clapping sound.
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The moving part inside a bell, that strikes the side of the bell; tongue.
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The tongue of a garrulous person.
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One who claps.
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An object so suspended inside a bell that it may hit the bell and cause it to ring.
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A wooden mechanical device used as a scarecrow; bird-scaring rattle, a wind-rattle or a wind-clapper.
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To ring a bell by pulling a rope attached to the clapper.
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(obsolete) A rabbit burrow.
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Origin of clapper

  • French clapier.

    From Wiktionary

  • clap +‎ -er

    From Wiktionary