Cooer vs Cooker - What's the difference?

cooer | cooker |


As nouns the difference between cooer and cooker

is that cooer is one who coos while cooker is (chiefly|british) a device for heating food.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

cooer

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • One who coos.
  • * 1863 , Henry Gardiner Adams, Our feathered families (page 334)
  • The best Pigeon House, of course, is one made expressly for the purpose — about square, with a shelving roof. Here the compartments can be made sufficiently wide and high; say a foot and a half, or even two feet each way. The latter is a comfortable chamber for the pair of cooers .

    cooker

    English

    (wikipedia cooker)

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (chiefly, British) A device for heating food
  • (chiefly, British, except in compounds) An appliance or utensil for cooking food.
  • A cooking apple.
  • * 2004 , Laura Mason, Food Culture in Great Britain (page 94)
  • For the British market, apples are classed as early, mid-season, or late, and subdivided into eaters or cookers .

    Synonyms

    * stove

    Derived terms

    * AGA cooker * electric cooker * gas cooker * multicooker * pressure cooker * slow cooker

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