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quiv·er 1 (kwĭv′ər)intr.v. quiv·ered, quiv·er·ing, quiv·ers 1. To shake with a slight, rapid, tremulous movement.2. To tremble, as from cold or strong emotion. See Synonyms at shake.n. The act or motion of quivering.[Middle English quiveren, perhaps from quiver, nimble (from Old English cwifer-; see gwei- in Indo-European roots).]quiv′er·ing·ly adv.quiv′er·y adj.quiv·er 2 (kwĭv′ər)n.1. A portable case for holding arrows.2. A case full of arrows.3. A collection or store; arsenal: a quiver of ready responses.[Middle English, from Anglo-Norman quiveir, variant of Old French cuivre, from Old Low Franconian cocar, probably from Medieval Latin cucurum, probably from Hunnish; akin to Mongolian kökür.]