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A pitcher, especially a decorative one with a base, an oval body, and a flaring spout.
[Middle English euer, from Anglo-Norman, from Vulgar Latin *aquāria, from Latin aquārius, of water, from aqua, water; see akw-ā- in Indo-European roots.]
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a large jug or pitcher with a wide mouth
[C14: from Old French evier, from Latin aquārius water carrier, from aqua water]
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1. a pitcher or jug with a wide spout.
2. a decorative vessel with a spout and handle, esp. a tall, slender one with a base.
[1275–1325; < Anglo-French; Old French evier < Latin aquārius vessel for water]
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|Noun||1.||ewer - an open vessel with a handle and a spout for pouring|
vessel - an object used as a container (especially for liquids)
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ewer[ˈjuːəʳ] N → aguamanil m
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ewer[ˈjuːər] n → broc m
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n → Wasserkrug m
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ewer[ˈjuːəʳ] n (old) → brocca
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