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  • n. A castrated deer, dead or alive.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A castrated deer.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A castrated fallow-deer.


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Comes from the rare English surname Havier, an Anglicised twist on Javier.


  • 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.

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  • 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! REPRESSIVE ESPERANTO.


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  • A castrated deer.

    January 3, 2007