Beaver meaning

bēvər
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Beaver is defined as a slang and vulgar word for a vagina.

An example of a beaver is a woman's vagina as described in a vulgar comedy movie.

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To work hard, constantly, conscientiously, etc.
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The definition of a beaver is an water rodent with brown fur, sharp teeth and a flat tail, known for chewing wood and building dams.

An example of a beaver is an animal that built a dam and blocked a waterway.

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A native or resident of the American state of Oregon.
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A village in Ohio.
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The female genitals.
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A heavy cloth of felted wool, used for overcoats, etc.
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Designating or of a film sequence, photograph, etc. in which the female genitals are exposed.

Beaver shot.

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Later, the visor of a helmet.
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A surname​.
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A town in Arkansas.
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A city in Iowa.
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A town in Oklahoma.
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A borough in Pennsylvania.
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A city in Utah.
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Of or relating to a beaver or beavers.

Beaver fur; a beaver hat.

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Constructed by beavers.

Beaver dams.

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To work diligently and energetically.
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A piece of armor attached to a helmet or breastplate to protect the throat or lower face.
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A napped wool fabric, similar to felt, used for outer garments.
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The visor on a helmet.
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A man's high silk hat, originally made of this fur.
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A movable piece of armor on the lower part of a medieval helmet, for protecting the mouth and chin.
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A CDP in West Virginia.
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Origin of beaver

  • Middle English bavier from Old French baviere child's bib, beaver from bave saliva

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Middle English bever from Old English beofor bher-2 in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition