hanaper

[ han-uh-per ]
/ ˈhæn ə pər /

noun

a wicker receptacle for documents.

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Origin of hanaper

1275–1325; Middle English hanypere<Anglo-French; Middle French hanapier case to hold a drinking vessel, derivative of hanap goblet (<Germanic *hnapp bowl; compare Old English hnæpp,Old High German hnapf,Old Norse hnappr,early Medieval Latin anappus, hanappum); see -er2

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British Dictionary definitions for hanaper

hanaper
/ (ˈhænəpə) /

noun

a small wickerwork basket, often used to hold official papers

Word Origin for hanaper

C15: from Old French hanapier, from hanap cup, of Germanic origin; compare Old High German hnapf bowl, Old English hnæp
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