claver

verb
cla·​ver | \ ˈklā-vər \
clavered; clavering; clavers

Definition of claver

intransitive verb

chiefly Scotland

Other Words from claver

claver noun, chiefly Scotland

First Known Use of claver

circa 1605, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for claver

origin unknown

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