# What is laver?

• (noun): (Old Testament) large basin used by a priest in an ancient Jewish temple to perform ritual ablutions.

## Laver

Laver my refer to:

### Some articles on laver:

Laver Function
... In set theory, a Laver function (or Laver diamond, named after its inventor, Richard Laver) is a function connected with supercompact cardinals ...
Arnold Laver - History
... Arnold Laver started his business using a hand cart, he made customers pay in advance, bought the wood then delivered it ... In its first year, Laver made enough money to buy a horse, named Charlie, to help him with his deliveries ... In 1925 Arnold Laver began negotiations to purchase a much larger site on Bramall Lane and in 1927 the new Olympic Sawmills opened ...
List Of Forcing Notions - Laver Forcing
... Laver forcing was used by Laver to show that Borel's conjecture that all strong measure zero sets are countable is consistent with ZFC ... (Borel's conjecture is not consistent with the continuum hypothesis.) P is the set of Laver trees, ordered by inclusion ... A Laver tree p is a subset of the finite sequences of natural numbers such that p is a tree p contains any initial sequence of any element of p p has a stem a maximal ...
1973 Australian Indoor Championships – Singles - Draw - Section 2
... Stewart 7 ... M Lara 0 ... r K Rosewall 6 ... R Laver 6 ... R Laver 8 ... K McMillan 2 ... R Laver 7 ... P Gerken 6 ... P Gerken 5 ... M Mulligan 1 ... R Laver 7 ... R Ramírez 6 ...
Laver
... Laver my refer to Laver (seaweed), a type of algae Laver (name), and persons with the name Lavatorium, a washing facility in a monastery A basin for ritual purification ...

### More definitions of "laver":

• (noun): Australian tennis player who in 1962 was the second man to win the Australian and French and English and United States singles titles in the same year; in 1969 he repeated this feat (born in 1938).
Synonyms: Rod Laver, Rodney George Laver
• (noun): Seaweed with edible translucent crinkly green fronds.
Synonyms: sea lettuce
• (noun): Edible red seaweeds.
Synonyms: red laver