ewer

Large serving jug made of precious or base metals or ceramics. Ewer-and-basin sets were used for hand-washing at the dining table,but less common after the arrival of table forks in the late 16thC

Ewer

• (n.) A kind of widemouthed pitcher or jug; esp., one used to hold water for the toilet.
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Ewer

Ew'er noun [ Old French ewer , euwier , prop. a water carrier, French évier a washing place, sink, aiguière ewer, Latin aquarius , adj., water carrying, noun , a water carrier, from aqua water; akin to Goth. ahwa water, river...
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Ewer

A ewer is a tall, slim, vessel with a spout and a handle and a base.
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ewer

Large serving jug made of precious or base metals or ceramics. Ewer-and-basin sets were used for hand-washing at the dining table,but less common after the arrival of table forks in the late 16thC
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Ewer

Meaning as a surname: Water bearer.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20139
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