Definition of Stoker. Meaning of Stoker. Synonyms of Stoker

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Definition of Stoker

Stoker
Stoker Stok"er, n. [D. See Stoke, v. t.] 1. One who is employed to tend a furnace and supply it with fuel, especially the furnace of a locomotive or of a marine steam boiler; also, a machine for feeding fuel to a fire. 2. A fire poker. [R.] --C. Richardson (Dict.).

Meaning of Stoker from wikipedia

- Abraham Stoker (8 November 1847 – 20 April 1912) was an Irish author, best known today for his 1897 Gothic horror novel Dracula. During his lifetime, he...
- Stoker may refer to: "The Stoker", a 1927 short story by Franz Kafka The Stoker (1932 film), an American drama/romance film directed by Chester M. Franklin...
- A Stoker (Russian: Кочегар), also known as The Stoker, is a 2010 Russian crime film directed by Aleksey Balabanov. The film takes place in St. Petersburg...
- Stoker is a 2013 psychological thriller film written by Wentworth Miller, under the pen-name Ted Foulke, and directed by South Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook...
- "The Stoker" (original German: "Der Heizer") is a short story by Franz Kafka. Kafka wrote it as the first chapter of a novel he called Amerika, but he...
- The Bram Stoker Award is a recognition presented annually by the Horror Writers ****ociation (HWA) for "superior achievement" in dark fantasy and horror...
- Dacre Calder Stoker (born August 23, 1958) is a Canadian-American author, sportsman and filmmaker. Stoker was born in Montreal, Quebec. He is the great-grandnephew...
- Dracula is a novel by Bram Stoker, published in 1897. As an epistolary novel, the narrative is related through letters, diary entries, and newspaper articles...
- Count Dracula (/ˈdrækjʊlə, -jələ/) is the title character of Bram Stoker's 1897 gothic horror novel Dracula. He is considered to be both the prototypical...
- stoker, stoker, leading stoker, stoker petty officer and chief stoker. The non-substantive (trade) badge for stokers was a ship's propeller. Stoker remains...