Definition of Asker. Meaning of Asker. Synonyms of Asker

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Definition of Asker

Asker
Asker Ask"er, n. One who asks; a petitioner; an inquirer. --Shak.
Asker
Asker Ask"er, n. [A corruption of AS. a?exe lizard, newt.] (Zo["o]l.) An ask; a water newt. [Local Eng.]
asker
Effet Ef"fet, n. [See Eft, n.] (Zo["o]l.) The common newt; -- called also asker, eft, evat, and ewt.

Meaning of Asker from wikipedia

- Asker (Norwegian: Asker), properly called Askerbygda in Norwegian, is a district and former muni****lity in Akershus, Norway. From 2020 it is part of...
- Ask is the active verb for a direct question. Ask may also refer to: Ask, Akershus, a village in Gjerdrum muni****lity, Viken county, Norway Ask, Buskerud...
- Asker is a muni****lity of Akershus County in Norway. Asker may also refer to: Asker Hundred, a Hundred of Södermanland in Sweden Asker River, West Dorset...
- Birmingham. In 2014 Asker started his own consulting company mysportscience ltd and now advises mostly teams and organisations. Asker is currently Head...
- Askal (asong kalye), means astray dogs, aspin or asong pinoy is the Tagalog language name for indigenous mixed-breed dogs in the Philippines. By the late...
- Avignon, France, Asker began training in MMA at the age of 18. Before becoming a full-time fighter, he was a police officer. Asker made his promotional...
- Ask for It is an EP by American alternative rock band Hole, released on September 8, 1995. It was the band's second and last release on Caroline Records...
- Frisk Asker Ishockey, commonly known as Frisk Asker, is a Norwegian ice hockey club based in Asker, Norway. The team is currently a member of the highest...
- September 2015. Carlsson, Ylva (16 March 2009). "Gunilla Asker ny vd på Svenska Dagbladet" [Gunilla Asker new CEO at Svenska Dagbladet]. www.medievarlden.se...
- Ask.com (originally known as Ask Jeeves) is a question answering–focused e-business founded in 1996 by Garrett Gruener and David Warthen in Berkeley, California...