Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who flakes, or strikes off flakes; specifically, a workman who strikes off flakes of flint from a larger piece.
- n. An implement of bone, antler, or similar material, used for shaping implements from brittle stones like flint, jasper, and chert. The stone was first roughly shaped with a small hammer and then placed on a pad in the hand. By means of the flaker small chips were broken off.
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