Carver (noun)

  1. A person who carves wood, stone, or other materials.
  2. A person who cuts meat, poultry, or fish into portions for serving.


1300, from old english ceorfan ("to cut, hew, carve"), from proto-germanic *kurbijanÄ… ("to cut, hew"), from proto-indo-european *grebh- ("to grab, pluck").


  1. The carver created beautiful sculptures from blocks of wood.
  2. The carver's skillful hands transformed the rough stone into a magnificent statue.
  3. The carver expertly cut the roast beef into thin slices.
  4. The carver was able to make intricate designs on the pumpkin.
  5. The carver's work was featured in an exhibition of contemporary art.
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