Hoers vs Hovers - What's the difference?

hoers | hovers |

As a noun hoers

is .

As a verb hovers is


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  • (hover)
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    Etymology 1

    (etyl) hoveren (frequentative of hove).


    (en verb)
  • To float in the air.
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  • To linger in one place.
  • * 1883 , (Robert Louis Stevenson), (Treasure Island)
  • The neighborhood, to our ears, seemed haunted by approaching footsteps; and what between the dead body of the captain on the parlor floor, and the thought of that detestable blind beggar hovering near at hand, and ready to return, there were moments when, as the saying goes, I jumped in my skin for terror.
  • To waver, or be uncertain.
  • (computing) To place the cursor over a hyperlink or icon without clicking.
  • Derived terms
    * * hoverboat * hoverbike * hovercar * hoverchair * hovercraft

    Etymology 2


    (en noun)
  • A cover; a shelter; a protection.
  • (Carew)
    (Charles Kingsley)
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