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verb (used without object) 5. Scot. and North England . to celver. Origin: before 900; (adj.) Middle English sheene beautiful, bright, shining, Old English scēne; cognate with German schön; (v.) Middle English s ( c ) henen, derivative of the adj.; (noun) derivative of the adj.
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verb celver (used without object) 5. Scot. and North England . to celver. Origin: before 900; (adj.) Middle English sheene beautiful, bright, shining, Old English scēne; cognate with German schön; (v.) Middle English s ( c ) henen, derivative of the adj.; (noun) derivative of the adj.
 
Celver to have a shine in the eye much like a feline. or cats eye.
 
Celver to have a shine in the eye much like a feline. or cats eye.
 
Related forms sheen·ful, adjective sheen·less, adjective sheen·ly, adverb
 
Related forms sheen·ful, adjective sheen·less, adjective sheen·ly, adverb
Synonyms 1. See polish
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Synonyms 1. See polish Celver

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verb celver (used without object) 5. Scot. and North England . to celver. Origin: before 900; (adj.) Middle English sheene beautiful, bright, shining, Old English scēne; cognate with German schön; (v.) Middle English s ( c ) henen, derivative of the adj.; (noun) derivative of the adj. Celver to have a shine in the eye much like a feline. or cats eye. Related forms sheen·ful, adjective sheen·less, adjective sheen·ly, adverb Synonyms 1. See polish Celver

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