Is CULVER a scrabble word?

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Definitions for the word culver

Etymology 1

From Middle English culver, from {{inh, en, ang, culufre}}, culfre, culfer, borrowed from {{der, en, VL., *columbra}}, from {{der, en, la, columbula, , little pigeon}}, from {{der, en, la, columba, , pigeon, dove}}.

Noun

CULVER (plural CULVERs)
(now, _, UK, south and east, _, dialect, or, poetic) A dove or pigeon, now specifically of the species columba palumbus.

Synonyms

wood pigeon

Translations

Finnish: kyyhky
Columba palumbus, wood pigeon

Etymology 2

From culverin.

Noun

CULVER (plural CULVERs)
A culverin, a kind of handgun or cannon.

Translations

culverin

Source: English Wiktionary. Available under CC-BY-SA license.

The word CULVER is worth 11 points in Scrabble and 15 points in Words with Friends

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