verb (used without object) Chiefly British.
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Origin of haver1
Words nearby haver
Definition for haver (2 of 2)
noun, plural ha·ve·rim [khah-ve-reem]. /ˌxɑ vɛˈrim/. Hebrew.
Example sentences from the Web for haver
Quem quiser ter que comer Trabalhe por aderencia: Haver quanto quiser.Four Plays of Gil Vicente|Gil Vicente
A man with a full purse engaged in commercial transactions is apt to "haver," or gossip freely.The Proverbs of Scotland|Alexander Hislop
In Scotland and the north of England haver, meaning oats, is still used, as haver-meal or haver-bread.
Marritt was then called, and inquired if she had given the foul fiend any of her haver bread.Witch Stories|E. Lynn (Elizabeth Lynn) Linton
"It was at a marriage in Glenurchy," said Aoirig in a haver, the pillows slipping down behind her back.The Lost Pibroch|Neil Munro