pavior

pavior

[peyv-yer]
noun
1.
a person that paves; paver.
2.
a material used for paving.
Also, especially British, paviour.


Origin:
1375–1425; alteration of late Middle English pavier; see pave, -ier1

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paviour or (US) pavior (ˈpeɪvjə)
 
n
1.  a person who lays paving
2.  a machine for ramming down paving
3.  material used for paving
 
[C15: from paver, from pave]
 
pavior or (US) pavior
 
n
 
[C15: from paver, from pave]

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