coper
noun Etymology: English dialect cope to trade Date: 1825 British a horse dealer; especially a dishonest one

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  • Coper — Recorded as Coper, Copere, Cooper, Copper, and Cowper, this is an English medieval surname. Amongst the most important of all medieval crafts was that of barrel or tub making. The origin is Anglo Saxon, deriving from the German kuper itself a… …   Surnames reference

  • coper — Ⅰ. cope [1] ► VERB ▪ deal effectively with something difficult. DERIVATIVES coper noun. ORIGIN originally in the sense «meet in battle, come to blows»: from Old French coper, from Greek kolaphos a blow with the fist . Ⅱ. cope …   English terms dictionary

  • coper — /koh peuhr/, n. Brit. a horse dealer. Also called horse coper. [1600 10; COPE4 + ER1] * * * …   Universalium

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