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Definition of Naker

Naker
Naker Na"ker, n. (Zo["o]l.) Same as Nacre.
Naker
Naker Na"ker, n. [OE. nakere, F. nakaire, LL. nacara, Per. naq[=a]ret.] A kind of kettledrum. [Obs.] -- Chaucer.

Meaning of Naker from wikipedia

- Naker may refer to: One of the two Islamic angels, Munkar and Nakir, who visit the dead after their funeral the European variant of the Naqareh, a small...
- Abdullah Naker (also al-Zintani) (born 1971 or 1972 in Zintan, Libya) is the head of the Tripoli Revolutionist Council (TRC). Naker worked as a car fixer...
- Another name of Kus mentioned in Shahnameh of Ferdosi. Naqara Nagara (Drum) Naker Von Mohl J., (ed. trans.), Firdausi, Le Livre des rois, Paris (1831-68)...
- adopted in Europe following the Crusades, and known as the naccaire or naker. The rounded section of a naqqara is made of baked clay, while the flat...
- 18th and 19th centuries from the simple 12th-century membranophone of the Naker to a complex instrument, consisting of a suspended kettle with a foot-operated...
- 2021. Tom****ini, Vanessa (9 January 2022). "Conversation with Abdullah Naker: "between Dbeibah and Bashagha an imaginary struggle, Libya is greater than...
- eventually reaching the rest of Europe. The English words lute, rebec, and naker are derived from Arabic oud, rabab, and naqareh.[vague] Bartol Gyurgieuvits...
- K., Kyegome, N., Zuurmond, M., Parkes, J., Child, J., Walakira, E. and Naker, D. 2014. Violence against primary school children with disabilities in...
- reaching the rest of Europe. The English words lute, rebec, guitar, and naker derive from the Arabic oud, rabab, qithara and naqareh, although some Arabic...
- delights in two instruments only, the harp namely, and the tympanum." Arabian nakers, the direct ancestors of most timpani, were brought to 13th-century Continental...