Common misspellings for cooper:
compuer, coppier, cooder, coouple, couwer, colpor, hjope, cooer, comper, cyper, coposer, compaer, pooer, coper, couier, jeoperty, copurt, cooupon, goupe, coimpuer, copoy, coupel, cooperae, scouper, jodpur, dooper, coowner, compe, coopy, cooperte, ceaper, ghope, copyer, cother, ocupier, ocupe, goopy, copie, couer, copyier, copey, coquer, couopel, uppoer, conopy, caope, corpet, cooloer, scoope, coour, corpert, cowpea, juiper, tooper, clope, coppper, poaoaer, couper, cooge, copeny, coopies, chooper, comaper, colape, coooler, coooper, coover, compear, coupie, cowkeeper, coopearte, cooperr, compar, coupeler, coofee, copver, corpro, ccooter, coope, copel, jeoperdy, coier, choper, conpair, jipper, coofe, corpheapy, cuppar, copoun, coppter, couople, ceeper, uopper, copout, kooler, cupper, clpper, comepair, coppie, coppe, cpper, coozey, gpoeri, hoopper, jhope, joepa, kaper, kooser, pooper, jpower, xooper, vooper, fooper, cioper, ckoper, cloper, cpoper, c0oper, c9oper, coiper, cokper, co0per, co9per, coo-er, coo0er, coopwr, coopsr, coopdr, cooprr, coop4r, coop3r, coopee, coopef, coopet, coope5, coope4, xcooper, cxooper, vcooper, cvooper, fcooper, cfooper, dcooper, cdooper, ciooper, coioper, ckooper, cokoper, coloper, cpooper, copoper, c0ooper, co0oper, c9ooper, co9oper, cooiper, cookper, coopper, coo0per, coo9per, coopoer, coo-per, coop-er, coop0er, coopwer, coopewr, coopser, coopesr, coopder, coopedr, cooprer, coop4er, coope4r, coop3er, coope3r, cooperd, coopefr, cooperf, coopetr, coopert, coope5r, cooper5, cooper4, ooper, coopr, ocoper, copoer, cooepr, coopre, ccooper, sooper, kooper, gooper, aooper, cgoper, cmoper, cnoper, cogper, conper, cooxer, coorer, cooqer, coopur, coopmr, coopar, coopgr, coope2, coopeb, coopez, coopev, coopep, coopes, coupper, coupeer, coopurr, c ooper, co oper, coope r.
Definition of cooper:
- work as a cooper
- make barrels and casks
- One who makes barrels, hogsheads, casks, etc.
- Work done by a cooper in making or repairing barrels, casks, etc.; the business of a cooper.
- To do the work of a cooper; to repair. See Coop.
- United States novelist noted for his stories of indians and the frontier life ( 1789- 1851)
- United States industrialist who built the first American locomotive; founded Cooper Union in New York city to offer free courses in the arts and sciences ( 1791- 1883)
- A maker of barrels, casks, etc.
- One who makes coops, tubs, casks, etc.
- A maker of casks, tubs, & c.
- A reddish metal; vessel made of copper.
- One who makes casks, barrels, etc.
- One who makes barrels, tubs, and casks of various kinds.
- A mixture of stout and porter, originally prepared for coopers in breweries.
- One who makes casks or barrels.
Usage examples for cooper
Some five years ago, when Sir Michael Foster, M. D., professor of physiology in the University of Cambridge, England, was invited to deliver the Lane lectures at the Cooper Medical College, in San Francisco, he took for his subject " The History of Physiology." Catholic Churchmen in Science by James J. Walsh