laver

Large vessel of brass, bronze or other metal with one or two spouts, used to hold water for washing hands or feet. Earliest lavers, orlavabo, date from the 14thC and continued in use until c. 1800.

Laver

[ghost town] Laver is a ghost town located about 15 km southwest of Vidsel and 50 km west of Älvsbyn in Sweden which existed between 1936 and 1947. It was a mining community where copper was extracted. About 350 people lived there at most. The operations of the Laver mine ended on 4 November 1946. ...
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laver

[n] - Australian tennis player who in 1962 was the second man to win the Australian and French and English and United States singles titles in the same year 2. [n] - (Old Testament) large basin used by a priest in an ancient Jewish Temple to perform ritual ablutions
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Laver

Lav'er (lā'vẽr) noun [ Middle English lavour , French lavoir , Latin lavatorium a washing place. See Lavatory .] 1. A vessel for washing; a large basin. 2. (Script. Hist.) (a) A large brazen vessel placed in the court of the Je...
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Laver

Lav'er noun [ From Lave to wash.] One who laves; a washer. [ Obsolete]
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Laver

La'ver (lā'vẽr) noun The fronds of certain marine algæ used as food, and for making a sauce called laver sauce. Green laver is the Ulva latissima ; purple laver , Porphyra laciniata and P. vulgaris . It is prepared by stewing, either alone or with othe...
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laver

The fronds of certain marine algae used as food, and for making a sauce called laver sauce. Green laver is the Ulva latissima; purlpe laver, Porphyra laciniata and P. Vulgaris. It is prepared by stewing, either alone or with other vegetables, and with various condiments; called also sloke, or sloakan. ... <botany> Mountain laver, a reddish ge...
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laver

noun (Old Testament) large basin used by a priest in an ancient Jewish temple to perform ritual ablutions
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Laver

• (n.) A vessel for washing; a large basin. • (n.) One who laves; a washer. • (n.) A large brazen vessel placed in the court of the Jewish tabernacle where the officiating priests washed their hands and feet. • (n.) The fronds of certain marine algae used as food, and for making a sauce called laver sauce. Green laver is the Ulv...
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laver

any member of the genus Porphyra, a group of marine red algae. The thallus, a sheet of cells embedded in a thin gelatinous stratum, varies in colour ... [3 related articles]
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laver

laver 1. In the Old Testament, a large basin upon a foot or pedestal in the court of the Hebrew tabernacle and subsequently in the temple, containing water for the ablutions of the priests and for the washing of the sacrifices in the temple service. 2. In some churches, the font or water of baptism. 3. Any spiritually cleansing agency. 4. A basin,...
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Laver

Laver is a name given to two species of algae of the genus Porphyra - Porphyra laciniata and Porphyra vulgaris. They are employed as food, salted, eaten with pepper, vinegar, and oil; and are said to be useful in scrofulous affections and glandular tumours. Green laver is the Ulva latissima. It also is employed as food, stewed and seasoned with lem...
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laver

Any of several edible purplish-red seaweeds, including purple laver (P. umbilicalis). Growing on the shore and in the sea, attached to rocks and stones, laver forms thin, roundish sheets of tissue up to 20 cm/8 in across. It becomes almost black when dry. (Genus Porphyra, family Rhodophyceae.)
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laver

Large vessel of brass, bronze or other metal with one or two spouts, used to hold water for washing hands or feet. Earliest lavers, orlavabo, date from the 14thC and continued in use until c. 1800.
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Laver

[seaweed] Laver (ər) is an edible, littoral alga (seaweed), and has a high content of dietary minerals, particularly iodine and iron. Laver is predominantly consumed in East Asia, where it is known as zicai in China, nori in Japan, and gim in Korea. In Wales, laver is used for making laverbread, a traditional Welsh dish. Laver as food is a...
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laver

washing bowl
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laver

large vessel for washing, especially for ritual purification
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laver

noun A planar body of water in tetraspace or higher, which may have currents flowing in various directions. (laver = lake + river)
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