Associations to the word «Beaver»
BEAVER, noun. An aquatic rodent of the genus Castor, having a wide, flat tail and webbed feet.
BEAVER, noun. A hat, of various shape, made from a felted beaver fur (or later of silk), fashionable in Europe between 1550 and 1850.
BEAVER, noun. (coarse) (slang) The pubic hair and/or vulva of a woman.
BEAVER, noun. The fur of the beaver.
BEAVER, noun. Beaver cloth, a heavy felted woollen cloth, used chiefly for making overcoats.
BEAVER, noun. A brown colour, like that of a beaver.
BEAVER, noun. Alternative spelling of bevor
BEAVER, proper noun. A surname.
BEAVER, proper noun. A native or resident of the American state of Oregon.
BEAVER, proper noun. A town in Arkansas.
BEAVER, proper noun. A city in Iowa.
BEAVER, proper noun. A village in Ohio.
BEAVER, proper noun. A town in Oklahoma.
BEAVER, proper noun. A borough in Pennsylvania.
BEAVER, proper noun. A city in Utah.
BEAVER, proper noun. A CDP in West Virginia.
BEAVER AWAY, verb. (idiomatic) To work hard at a task.
BEAVER DAM, noun. The lodge of a beaver, in the form of a river dam, with an underwater entrance
BEAVER DAMS, noun. Plural of beaver dam
BEAVER EATER, noun. A lesbian
BEAVER EATERS, noun. Plural of beaver eater
BEAVER FEVER, noun. Giardiasis (an infection by Giardia parasites)
BEAVER STATE, proper noun. Oregon
BEAVER WARS, proper noun. A number of mid-17th century wars fought over land and the fur trade in the Great Lakes region, which ended with the signing of the Great Peace of Montreal in 1701.
BEAVER, noun. The soft brown fur of the beaver.
BEAVER, noun. A native or resident of Oregon.
BEAVER, noun. A full beard.
BEAVER, noun. A man's hat with a tall crown; usually covered with silk or with beaver fur.
BEAVER, noun. A movable piece of armor on a medieval helmet used to protect the lower face.
BEAVER, noun. A hat made with the fur of a beaver (or similar material).
BEAVER, noun. Large semiaquatic rodent with webbed hind feet and a broad flat tail; construct complex dams and underwater lodges.
BEAVER, verb. Work hard on something.
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