- a person that paves; paver.
- a material used for paving.
Also especially British, pav·iour.
Origin of pavior
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Examples from the Web for pavior
Why you see the pavior undertook something above his strength.
His stick thumping the hardwood floor like a pavior's maul, he hobbled swiftly toward the door.Rich Man, Poor Man</p>
As bad luck would have it, there was trouble near, between a gentleman who had been drinking wine, and a pavior who was sober.
The pavior chewed tobacco, and the gentleman said it was beastly in him, and pushed him, wanting to have his place.
Buy a stone at the pavior's—spend your last penny upon it; then tie it round your neck and drop into the river.The Orange Girl</p>