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Definition of Wapper

Wapper
Wapper Wap"per, v. t. & i. [freq. of wap, v.; cf. dial. G. wappern, wippern, to move up and down, to rock.] To cause to shake; to tremble; to move tremulously, as from weakness; to totter. [Obs.]
Wapper
Wapper Wap"per, n. (Zo["o]l.) A gudgeon. [Prov. Eng.]

Meaning of Wapper from wikipedia

- Lange Wapper is a Flemish folkloric character. He is a legendary giant and trickster whose folk tales were told especially in the city of Antwerp and its...
- Egide Charles Gustave, Baron Wappers (23 August 1803 – 6 December 1874) was a Belgian painter. His work is generally considered to be Flemish and he signed...
- Go-wapper 5 Go-dam (ゴワッパー5ゴーダム, Gowappā Faibu Gōdamu) is an anime series aired in 1976. There were 36 episodes. It is also referred to as Godam and Gowapper...
- believe that Lange Wapper really was theirs, they organised a great party in 1964 to baptise an 8 meter long giant, Lange Wapper, with beer in the presence...
- "Algae" Michael Myerz - "Be Realistic" Wapper - "Luck X Red" Wapper - "Magic Seeds" Wapper - "Chilli Zilli" Wapper - "The Answer" "Scratch the Surface Podcast...
- through-traffic away from the R1. Lange Wapper Ringland (organisation) Lange Wapper bridge Lange Wapper bridge Lange Wapper bridge Maquette: Interchange with...
- Episode of the Belgian Revolution of 1830 (1834), by Gustaf Wappers...
- there was mutual respect and friendship, as well (Song 8:6–7). Gustaf Wappers, The Shulammite, 1870 Franz Pforr, Maria and Shulammite, 1811 Albert Joseph...
- Egide Charles Gustave Wappers, Episode of the Belgian Revolution of 1830, 1834, Musée d'Art Ancien, Brussels. A romantic vision by a Belgian painter....
- Episode of the Belgian Revolution of 1830, Wappers (1834)...
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