noun sto·ver \ˈstō-vər\

Definition of STOVER

dial chiefly English :  fodder
:  mature cured stalks of corn with the ears removed that are used as feed for livestock

Origin of STOVER

Middle English, modification of Anglo-French estovers necessary supplies, from estover to be necessary, ultimately from Latin est opus there is need
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with STOVER


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