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bever

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bever

intransitive verb bev·er \ ˈbe-vər , ˈbi- , ˈbā- \

Definition of bever

-ed/-ing/-s
dialectal, chiefly British

Origin and Etymology of bever

frequentative of Middle English biven to tremble, from Old English beofian


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bever

noun bev·er \ ˈbe-vər , ˈbi- , ˈbā- \

Definition of bever

plural -s
dialectal, chiefly British
: trembling
  • all of a bever with cold

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bever

noun be·ver \ ˈbē-vər , ˈbā- \

Definition of bever

plural -s
chiefly dialectal
: a light lunch eaten between regular meals

Origin and Etymology of bever

Middle English, drinking, potation, from Middle French beivre, from beivre to drink


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