- Comes from the rare English surname Havier, an Anglicised twist on Javier. (Wiktionary)
“The more power the havier cables, the weight of this cable will be at least 10 kilo per meter times 3 kilo per meter, count and finde out your selfe, ok.”
“I don't know about Interlingua, will have to have look at it, but what I heard about it, it tends to be rather a-posteriori, and similarity to natlangs, over logicness of grammar now I don't have any scales and don't know how much is a kilogram, but I'm holding an aluminium cube in one hand and an iron cube in the other: I think I can tell which one is havier going out, it's Friday evening!”
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