rocker

Rocker - What does it mean?

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Rocker vs Pa - What's the difference?

rocker | pa |


As nouns the difference between rocker and pa

is that rocker is rocker (someone passionate about rock music) while pa is head.

Rocket vs Rocker - What's the difference?

rocket | rocker |


As nouns the difference between rocket and rocker

is that rocket is a rocket engine or rocket can be the leaf vegetable eruca sativa'' or ''eruca vesicaria while rocker is rocker (someone passionate about rock music).

As a verb rocket

is to accelerate swiftly and powerfully.

Rocker vs Mocker - What's the difference?

rocker | mocker |


As nouns the difference between rocker and mocker

is that rocker is rocker (someone passionate about rock music) while mocker is a person who mocks.

Locker vs Rocker - What's the difference?

locker | rocker |


As nouns the difference between locker and rocker

is that locker is a type of storage compartment with a lock usually used to store clothing, equipment, or books while rocker is rocker (someone passionate about rock music).

Ocker vs Rocker - What's the difference?

ocker | rocker |


As nouns the difference between ocker and rocker

is that ocker is interest on money; usury; increase or ocker can be (slang|australia) a boorish or uncultivated australian while rocker is rocker (someone passionate about rock music).

As a verb ocker

is to increase (in price); add to.

As an adjective ocker

is pertaining to an ocker.

Rockier vs Rocker - What's the difference?

rockier | rocker |


As an adjective rockier

is (rocky).

As a noun rocker is

rocker (someone passionate about rock music).

Racker vs Rocker - What's the difference?

racker | rocker |


As a verb racker

is .

As a noun rocker is

rocker (someone passionate about rock music).

Rocker vs Cocker - What's the difference?

rocker | cocker |


As nouns the difference between rocker and cocker

is that rocker is rocker (someone passionate about rock music) while cocker is (dated) one who breeds gamecocks or arranges cockfights or cocker can be a rustic high shoe, half-boots or cocker can be (uk|informal) friend, mate.

As a verb cocker is

to make a nestle-cock of; to indulge or pamper (particularly of children).

Rooker vs Rocker - What's the difference?

rooker | rocker |


As nouns the difference between rooker and rocker

is that rooker is a person who (cheats or swindles) while rocker is rocker (someone passionate about rock music).

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