sandever

noun san·de·ver \ˈsandəvə(r)\
variants: less commonly

sandiver

\ˈsandəvə(r)\

Definition of sandever

plural

-s

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Origin and Etymology of sandever

Middle English saundiver, probably from Middle French saïn de voirre grease of glass


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