paviour
noun see pavior

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Paviour — This interesting surname, with its variant forms, Pavier, Pavior, Paviour and Pavyer, is of medieval French origin and is an occupational name for a layer of pavements, the status and skill of which, varied from the masters of the craft to… …   Surnames reference

  • paviour — [ peɪvɪə] (also pavior) noun 1》 a paving stone. 2》 archaic a person who lays paving stones. Origin ME: from OFr. paveur, from paver pave …   English new terms dictionary

  • paviour — pav·iour …   English syllables

  • paviour — /ˈpeɪvjə/ (say payvyuh) noun 1. someone or something that paves. 2. a paving stone or paving tile. Also, US, pavior, paver …   Australian English dictionary

  • paviour —   n. labourer doing, or tool for, paving work …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • paviour — noun a machine for laying pavement • Syn: ↑pavior, ↑paving machine • Hypernyms: ↑machine …   Useful english dictionary

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  • pavior — or paviour noun Etymology: Middle English pavier, from paven to pave Date: 15th century British paver …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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