2. Noun. (pluralonly) sharing in halves ¹
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Definition of Halver
1. someone who halves [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Halver
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Literary usage of Halver
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1. Reports of Cases at Law and in Equity Determined by the Supreme Court of the by Iowa Supreme Court, Nathaniel B. Raymond, Benjamin I. Salinger, W. W. Cornwall, Ulysses Grant Whitney, Richard Reichmann, Frederick F. Faville, Charles H. Scholz, Charles W. Barlow (1921)
"halver v. HIGGINS SC Go. [188 Iowa there was a mistake in the contract which should be corrected, whereby the delivery thus made by, halver would not be a ..."
2. The Norman People and Their Existing Descendants in the British Dominions (1874)
"Henry I. (Mon. A. i. 424;. Fulk de Auvers held lands of the Honour of Breteuil, Normandy, t. Philip Augustus. In 1327 William halver possessed estates ..."
3. Elementary Co-ordinate Geometry for Collegiate Use and Private Study by William Benjamin Smith (1886)
"JV, + ^i=0 is the inner resp. outer halver of the 2£s between the base-planes. 21. To find the direction-cosines of a RL. halving the 2£ between two RLs ..."
4. The History of Rock County, Wisconsin: Its Early Settlement, Growth by Wesern historical company, Chicago, pub (1879)
"He married in Newark May 23, 1844, Groe Nelson, and had four children—halver L., Bessie, Helen and Carolina. When he first came, he bought land in Section ..."
5. Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Country Gentlemen (1876)
"In England Holly aleo bears the names of halver, ... halver is a corruption of the French for Olive, Olivier. There are several distinct varieties, ..."