Top Definition
1. from the Dutch family name Kluiver, Kluyver, Cluyver, occupational name for a court official, originally a hangman or torturer. Some Mennonites so named migrated to West Prussia in the 17th century.
2. North German: topographic name from cleve ‘swamp’. Compare Klever 1.
Used in a sentence, "Children eat all your vegetables or the Kliewer will get you!"
by Jimmie Joe Joe March 27, 2009
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