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vivers

noun plural vi·vers \ˈvē-vərz, ˈvī-\

Definition of VIVERS

chiefly Scottish
:  victuals, food

Origin of VIVERS

Middle French vivres, plural of vivre food, from vivre to live, from Latin vivere
First Known Use: 1536

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