It means to talk nonsense, chatter.
"And if I haver, I'm going to be the one havering to you." The Proclaimers
"...and if I haver, whatever the fuck that means, I'm gonna be the one who's havering to you"
1. haver (English) possessor; land owner; proprietor; master
2. haver (from Hebrew) friend; comrade; companion.
3. haver (from scot) to talk nonsense; babble
"It is held that valor is the chiefest virtue, and most dignifies the haver." - William Shakespeare (1564–1616), British dramatist, poet. Cominius, in Coriolanus, act 2, sc. 2, l. 83-5. Praising Coriolanus for his courage in battle
A prefix usable with almost any word in the English language, used to associate and/or personalize said word with Haverford College near Philadelphia. A byproduct of using the haver- prefix is that any word it is used with instantly becomes much cooler than it was before.
haver- is the coolest prefix ever.
Havergirls and haverguys are so nice to each other, nobody haverpunches or haverinsults anyone thanks to the Havercode!
1: Haverfood just isn't cutting it...you want to take a haverwalk down to the IHOP?
2: Nah, let's just take the haverbus to Bryn Mawr and eat their food since it's so much better than our haverfood.
That haverparty was haverawesome!
I heard Stephen Colbert's in Haverdelphia this week.
All the 2012 admitted students love our haverchats way too much.
To put forth no effort when you assure people that something will get done; failing miserably when people are (inexplicably) depending on you
Scott: "Hey V, did you install those lab stats on all those things over there and this and that?"
Vitaliy: "No, sorry Scott. I totally Havered it.
that thing your mama does when the deer is lying on the ground almost dead and its one eye is twitching up at you.
I walked outside to see the deer we had just shot from the upstairs window, and it havered up at me.
painting a log pink , while being naked and drinking canada dry giner ale w/no ice
"And if I haver, I'm going to be the one havering to you."