charver


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charver

(ˈʃɑːvə)
n
1. a young woman
2. (Peoples) a young working-class person who dresses in casual sports clothes
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When the worlds of teenager Owen Kerry and "old school charver" Brian Cahill and his partnerin-crime Lyndsey Harper collided in a social club, tragedy struck at what should have been a happy time.
Hayden Brown said the 19-year-old had gone over to Brian Cahill, who "looked like an old school charver," to ask why he had pushed a girl they were with into a table.
Others to followWetherby: 4.05 Chivvy Charver, 5.15 Pebble Bay, 5.45 Notaproblem.
The initiative was targeted toward the state's bourgeoning Latino population, much of which increased as a result of the recent influx of immigrants from Mexico and Central America over the past decade (Cowan, Martinez, and Mendiola 1997; Camarillo and Bonilla 2001: 103-134; Durand, Massey, and Charver 2000: 1-15).
Hayden Brown said the 19-yearold had gone over to Brian Cahill, who "looked like an old school charver", to ask why he had pushed a girl they were with into a table.
He's the kind of market researcher responsible for giving his fellow census-takers less street cred than a charver dressed in last year's Toon top ...
Hexham: 6.30 Chivvy Charver, 7.30 Inn From The Cold, 8.05 Double Blade, 8.35 Catch The Perk, 9.05 In Good Faith.
New words included "charver" (rough looking youth) and "belter" (fantastic).
She must have felt like a charver at a Harry Potter book signing!
Charva or charver probably has its roots in chava, a Romany word meaning "man" or "boy".
For instance, 'gadgy', now used to mean a man, was originally used to refer to non-gypsies, while charver, now a derogatory term, used to mean friend.
Radgie Charver: "Supporters should support the team and forget what goes on behind the scenes as they have no control over what happens no matter what they do.