dacker

dacker

(ˈdækə) or

daiker

vb (intr)
obsolete Northeast English and Scot to walk slowly; to saunter
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62) Bill Dacker, 'He Raraka A Ka Awa, updated, annotated and sourced manuscript for the book, 'Te Mamae Me Te Aroha", originally published in 1994, (HL, Misc-MS-1716), p.
Together with Erlang Solutions board member Bjarne Dacker, he taught a course I attended at the University.
OED classifies dacker as Scots and northern dialect, with the second meaning being perhaps the closest, 'to go about slowly, idly or carelessly'.
Another gang member already jailed, Derek Dackers, was caught with pounds 430,000 of cocaine and pounds 40,000 of amphetamine, the High Court in Glasgow heard.
Sur la question de l'architecture des ateliers au 19e siecle voir Dackers (1999) et Lemaire (2004).
FACTORY worker Irene Dackers from Llandrindod Wells in Powys is stepping back into learning after deciding to return to the classroom to study reflexology.
The Archbishop Beck pair, Joe Kavanagh and Phil Leggett, dominated the boys' Under-13 event to finish first and second, with St Anselm's Steve Dackers third.
MR Dackers wants to know if biological control of slugs really works?