Definition of Supplanter. Meaning of Supplanter. Synonyms of Supplanter

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Definition of Supplanter

Supplanter
Supplanter Sup*plan"ter, n. One who supplants.

Meaning of Supplanter from wikipedia

- or 'supplanter'. Supplanter refers to a person who replaces someone or thing of lesser value, and this Hebrew meaning refers to Jacob supplanting Esau...
- the dawning of Hinduism in India. The Dravidian languages of India were supplanted in the northern regions. By 400 BCE, stratification and exclusion by caste...
- War. Retrieved 7 February 2017. As of late 2016, Rumiyah has apparently supplanted other internationally oriented publications, as al-Hayat has ceased publishing...
- Jaylin, is an American given name. The meaning of the name Jaelyn is supplanter, and the origin of the name is American. It is a contraction of the female...
- In 1956, the government introduced simplified characters, which have supplanted the older traditional characters in mainland China. Chinese characters...
- of Bursa in 1326, making it the new capital of the Ottoman state and supplanting Byzantine control in the region. The important port city of Thessaloniki...
- soldiers out of their entrenched positions, complementing rather than supplanting more lethal conventional weapons. In time, chemical weapons were deplo****...
- which may explain the attraction of such a name. The name Singapura supplanted Temasek sometime before the 14th century, after the establishment of the...
- form of Jacques which in turn comes from Jacob, a Hebrew name meaning "supplanter" or possibly "may God protect". Jackeline Estevez, po****r female singer...
- form of Jacques which in turn comes from Jacob, a Hebrew name meaning "supplanter" or possibly "may God protect". Jaclyn Corin, American activist and advocate...
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