See also: râper

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raper (plural rapers)

  1. (informal) A person who has raped someone; a rapist.
    • 1963, Edwin M. Moseley, Pseudonyms of Christ in the Modern Novel: Motifs and Methods (page 149)
      "Jesus Christ!" Grimm says, profanely pushing Hightower aside as he goes on to shoot Christmas and to emasculate him, according to the custom of lynchers punishing the dark rapers of white women.
    • 1995, Simon Goldhill, Foucault's Virginity (page 71)
      Turning round, Cleitophon finds he is standing by a painter's studio which is exhibiting a painting of the whole story of the rape of Philomela, including the tapestry she weaves telling her own story after her raper, Tereus, has cut out her tongue.
  2. Misspelling of rapper.

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from English rap.

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raper

  1. To rap (to sing rap songs).

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Norwegian BokmålEdit

VerbEdit

raper

  1. present tense of rape.

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raper m pers (feminine raperka)

  1. rapper (someone who sings rap songs).

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