- A lighthearted manner in which to describe a person who is a bit of an idiot.
Come on you chaver, we're going to be late.
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chaver — ⇒CHAVER, verbe trans. Vx ou région. [Le suj. désigne un cours d eau] Creuser (la berge) (cf. C. ROULEAU, Essai de folkl. de la Sologne bourbonnaise, 1935, p. 18). ♦ Chaver les vignes. « Provigner [creuser des fosses pour y coucher les vieux ceps… … Encyclopédie Universelle
chaver — cha·ver … English syllables
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chaverell — chaver, chaverell var. chafer2, cheverel … Useful english dictionary
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Saamoothiri — Saamoothirippādu or Saamoothiri , anglicised Zamorin, is the used by the Nair rulers of the erstwhile state of Kozhikode (anglicised Calicut) (Nediyirippu Swarūpam), located in the present day state of Kerala, India, between the 14th and 18th… … Wikipedia
Valluvanad — Valluvanad(Malayalam:വള്ളുവനാട്) was an erstwhile princely state in present state of Kerala in south India extending from the Nila River (Bharathapuzha River) in the south to the Panthaloor Mala in the North. On the west, it was bounded by the… … Wikipedia
Habonim Dror Australia — (colloquially known as Habo or HDOZ ) has branches ( kenim , in Hebrew: קנים) in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Adelaide (in descending order of size). In 2006, there were around 80 graduates ( bogrim , in Hebrew: בוגרים) Australia wide.Habonim… … Wikipedia