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miniver

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English

Etymology

from Old French menuver, menuveir, menuvair, a grayish fur; from menu (small) + vair a kind of fur.

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Noun

Singular
miniver

Plural
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  1. A light gray or white fur used to trim the robes of judges or state executives, also used in medieval times.

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