- a dove or pigeon.
Origin of culver
before 900; Middle English; Old English culfer, culfre < Vulgar Latin *columbra, for Latin columbula, equivalent to columb(a) dove + -ula -ule
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Examples from the Web for culver
As Culver endured the Phoenix heat, Romney raised $2 million at his Scottsdale fundraiser, his campaign said.Obama Piles On Arizona After Supreme Court Immigration Ruling
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June 26, 2012
From a 1,580-calorie slice of cake to Culver's "Concrete Mixer," The Daily Beast ranks the 22 unhealthiest chocolate desserts.22 Chocolate Desserts That Kill
The Daily Beast
February 13, 2011
We were being bounced all over," said Culver, "and it's all my fault?'Our Teddy Changed America'
August 29, 2009
Our two passengers, Colonel Culver and Mr. Smith, are coming forward.
He leaned across and placed one hand on Colonel Culver's knee.
Only then did he make a belated reply to Culver's statement.
"Good," said Colonel Culver, who was standing beside Smithy.
He stood up, flexed his arms, while he grinned at Colonel Culver.
Old English culfre, from Latin columbula a little dove, from columba dove