Haver Definition

hāvər
verb
To talk foolishly or waste time talking foolishly.
Webster's New World
To waver; vacillate.
Webster's New World
Haver is defined as to talk in a foolish way, or to go back and forth on a decision.
An example of haver is to waste time talking instead of working.
An example of haver is to waiver back and forth on a decision.
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(UK) To hem and haw.
Wiktionary
noun

(UK, Scotland, dialect) The cereal oats.

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One who has, possesses etc.
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Other Word Forms of Haver

Noun

Singular:
haver
Plural:
havers

Origin of Haver

  • Borrowing from Scots haver, from Middle English haver, from Old Norse hafri (“oat, oats”), from Proto-Germanic *habrô (“oat, oats”), from Proto-Indo-European *kapro- (“goat”). Cognate with Dutch haver (“oats”), cognate with German Hafer (“oat”).

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  • Borrowing from Scots haiver.

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  • have +‎ -er

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