havers

[hey-verz] /ˈheɪ vərz/
interjection, Chiefly Scot.
1.
nonsense; poppycock.
Origin
plural of haver nonsense, akin to haver

haver

[hey-ver] /ˈheɪ vər/
verb (used without object), Chiefly British
1.
to equivocate; vacillate.
Origin
1780–90; origin uncertain
British Dictionary definitions for havers
haver (ˈheɪvə)
 
vb
1.  to dither
2.  dialect (Scot), (Northern English) to talk nonsense; babble
 
n
3.  (Scot) (usually plural) nonsense
 
[C18: of unknown origin]

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havers in Medicine

Havers Ha·vers (hā'vərz, hāv'ərz), Clopton. 1655?-1702.

English physician and anatomist known for his studies of the minute structure of bone.

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