from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A dove or pigeon.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A dove; a pigeon.
- noun Same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A culverin.
- noun A dove.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun poetic A dove or pigeon.
- noun A dove, now specifically of the species
- noun A
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
Then he went on a little and came to a handsome cage, than which there was no goodlier there, and in it a culver, that is to Say, a wood-pigeon, the bird renowned among the birds as the singer of love-longing, with a collar of jewels about its neck, wonder-goodly of ordinance.
Friday, March 27 2009 service BLOWS in 90232 – culver city and many parts of LA.
August 29th, 2009 one day i got a round trip train ticket to culver city california
About time Harrabin and Black started chasing up stories of the IPCC's failings a bit more themselves instead of sitting on them for months at a time as with the CRU emails. paul culver
Then he walked on a little and came to a goodly cage, than which was no goodlier there, and in it a culver of the forest, that is to say, a wood-pigeon,63 the bird renowned among birds as the minstrel of love-longing, with a collar of jewels about its neck marvellous fine and fair.
O culver of the copse, with salams I greet, v. 49.
Moreover, in that garden were birds of all breeds, ring-dove and cushat and nightingale and culver, each singing his several song, and amongst them the lady, swaying gracefully to and fro in her beauty and grace and symmetry and loveliness and ravishing all who saw her.
Uns al-Wujud had ended his verse, the wood-culver awoke from its brooding and cooed a reply to his lines and shrilled and trilled with its thrilling notes till it all but spake with human speech; 65 and the tongue of the case talked for it and recited these couplets,
What do you bet I just paid for a culver for that brand spankin' new gravel parking lot I'ma installing on the mountain!
Update: He didn't charge for a culver....heheheheheheheh.....
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