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culver

noun cul·ver \ˈkəl-vər, ˈkl-\

Definition of CULVER

:  pigeon
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Origin of CULVER

Middle English, from Old English culfer, from Vulgar Latin *columbra, from Latin columbula, diminutive of Latin columba dove — more at columbine
First Known Use: before 12th century

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