tocher


Also found in: Wikipedia.

tocher

(ˈtɒxər)
n
a dowry
vb
(tr) to give a dowry to
[C15: from Scottish Gaelic tochradh]

tocher


Past participle: tochered
Gerund: tochering

Imperative
tocher
tocher
Present
I tocher
you tocher
he/she/it tochers
we tocher
you tocher
they tocher
Preterite
I tochered
you tochered
he/she/it tochered
we tochered
you tochered
they tochered
Present Continuous
I am tochering
you are tochering
he/she/it is tochering
we are tochering
you are tochering
they are tochering
Present Perfect
I have tochered
you have tochered
he/she/it has tochered
we have tochered
you have tochered
they have tochered
Past Continuous
I was tochering
you were tochering
he/she/it was tochering
we were tochering
you were tochering
they were tochering
Past Perfect
I had tochered
you had tochered
he/she/it had tochered
we had tochered
you had tochered
they had tochered
Future
I will tocher
you will tocher
he/she/it will tocher
we will tocher
you will tocher
they will tocher
Future Perfect
I will have tochered
you will have tochered
he/she/it will have tochered
we will have tochered
you will have tochered
they will have tochered
Future Continuous
I will be tochering
you will be tochering
he/she/it will be tochering
we will be tochering
you will be tochering
they will be tochering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been tochering
you have been tochering
he/she/it has been tochering
we have been tochering
you have been tochering
they have been tochering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been tochering
you will have been tochering
he/she/it will have been tochering
we will have been tochering
you will have been tochering
they will have been tochering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been tochering
you had been tochering
he/she/it had been tochering
we had been tochering
you had been tochering
they had been tochering
Conditional
I would tocher
you would tocher
he/she/it would tocher
we would tocher
you would tocher
they would tocher
Past Conditional
I would have tochered
you would have tochered
he/she/it would have tochered
we would have tochered
you would have tochered
they would have tochered
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The cathedral choir performed a rendition of One Thing Have I Desired Of The Lord by Gordon Tocher, followed by Harwood's Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis and Responses by Smith as well as Bairstow's Blessed City, Heavenly Salem.
This is in agreement with Coldebella et al (2013) and corroborates the potential for fatty acids to be mobilized from the tissues to the oocytes (Tocher, 2003).
Mckenzie Tocher is perfectly cast in the demanding lead role of Delores with terrific vocals and stage presence.
Residents Tom and Barbara Tocher also objected to the proposals, arguing news of the compound had been a complete bombshell.
After calculating the mean Euclidean distance, cluster analysis was performed using the Tocher optimization method, which is a simultaneous grouping method that classifies genotypes according to their genetic distances.
Catering technician Craig Tocher was on call as his side East Kilbride Thistle played in the West of Scotland Cup last Saturday.
The hierarchical method Unweighted Pair-Group Method Using Arithmetic Averages (UPGMA) and the Tocher optimization method are routinely used in tomato for the estimation of genetic divergence (Mattedi et al., 2014; Araujo et al., 2016).
Eric Tocher: chairman Old Xaverians FC Ben joined Old Xaverians FC in 1998, aged 21, after a spell in the Welsh League.
(2006) concluded that the methods of clustering Average linkage method and Tocher method showed similar results in the representation of the groups of most divergent genotypes for wheat.
Genetic divergence among the genotypes was evaluated through the clustering methods of Tocher based on the generalized distance of Mahalanobis (1936) and canonical variable analysis.
Lipids found in marine fish are rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, mainly the ones from omega-6 series (n-6) and omega-3 (n-3), such as arachidonic acid (ARA or C20:4n-6) and the eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA or C20:5n-3) respectively, with EPA being able to originate docosahexaenoic (DHA or C22:6n-3) (Tapiero, Nguyen, Couvreur, & Tew, 2002, Tocher, 2003).